Dr. Marc Callender obtained his MD from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and completed his pediatric residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Yale University.
In the Dominican Republic, Marc collaborates with the Centro de Salud Divina Providencia in the town of Consuelo as an active pediatric provider in CHOP's Ninõs Primero en Salud program, and with the Columbia University International Family AIDS program in nearby La Romana.
His research interests include the implementation of sickle cell screening and interventions, and the impact of fathers in the health of children in the developing world. Marc has extensive volunteer and clinical experience in Latin America.
Dr. Matthew Kelly obtained his MD from Harvard Medical School. Matt also has a master's degree in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health and a bachelor's degree in Biology from Washington University. Matt completed his residency training in the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics, and is a board-certified pediatrician.
As the Africa Fellow, Matt splits his time between Sparrow's Village, a residential pediatric AIDS home in Johannesburg, and Princess Marina Hospital in Garborone, Botswana, where he will be providing inpatient pediatric clinical care as part of the Botswana-UPenn Partnership. Matt plans to conduct a research project to investigate the causes and treatment outcomes of severe pneumonia among infants born to HIV-infected mothers.
Matt has extensive domestic and international research and volunteer medical experience.
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