David Duong, MD, MPH

Physician, Social Entrepreneur, Advocate

David Duong, MD, MPH is currently the Deputy Director of the Program Global Primary Care at Harvard Medical School and Technical Adviser in health systems strengthening for the Partnership for Health Advancement in Vietnam, a Harvard Medical School Global Program. He is also currently a resident physician at the Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, MA. He is a former US Fulbright Scholar (AY 2012-2013) to Vietnam. David earned both his Bachelors Degree and Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan, and a Medical Doctorate from Harvard Medical School. David has interests in health systems, humanism in medicine, medical education, US-Vietnam relations and ideas/experiences around third culture individuals.

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