July 21, 2016

Six MIT graduate students, one undergraduate, and a recent alumnus have accepted Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards to conduct independent research projects during the coming year. Humanitarian Response Lab alum Emily Gooding graduated from MIT this spring with an MS in technology and policy.

She will use her Fulbright grant to conduct research at Panzi Hospital, which serves sexual and gender-based violence survivors from the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Gooding will be developing operations research methods to increase patient capacity in culturally appropriate ways.

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