Anthropology student receives award for HIV work in Uganda

Colleen Walsh Lang, a graduate student in sociocultural anthropology in Arts & Sciences, has been selected to receive the HIVMA student award in recognition of her research on HIV-infected children in Uganda.

The program awards stipends of $3,500 for up to three years to medical student/mentor pairs to support a longitudinal HIV-related clinical learning and/or research project and mentor relationship during medical school.

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