As a student in the I2CRP track program, M4 Austin Oberlin is committed and dedicated to working with medically underserved populations. This desire to make a difference is what led him to the I2CRP program and to VCU, and it inspired him to apply for the prestigious Fogarty Global Health Fellowship. When he was selected to one of seven Fogarty fellows traveling abroad, he spent a year in South Africa to conduct his research, with a focus on women's preferences for cervical cancer screening. After presenting his research to the Infectious Disease Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology, he received the Young Investigator award at their 2018 annual meeting.
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