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Bridging the Gap between Research and Entrepreneurship

on March 11, 2019


Bridging the Gap between Research and Entrepreneurship Christine Ngaruiya, MD, MSc, DTMH Founder, KEDU @cngaruiy Brief Background Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale University Founder, Bridge to Care Refugee linkage to care program, Nebraska Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance Associate for Social Entrepreneurship Harambe Pfizer Fellow Awardee for focus on healthcare innovation Board Member, Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services, New Haven, CT Co-founding Member, Yale Network for Global Noncommunicable Disease

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