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Robert Einterz

Indiana University School of Medicine/General Internal Medicine

Expert Bio

Robert Einterz, M.D., is the director of the AMPATH Consortium and director of the IU Center for Global Health. He also serves as associate dean for global health. He completed specialty training in internal medicine in 1984 at Indiana University and then served for one year as chief medical resident at Wishard Memorial Hospital. In 1989, he co-founded the partnership between Indiana University and Moi University in Kenya. This partnership soon established the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH), a comprehensive system of health care delivery, research and training. Dr. Einterz also works as a hospitalist at Eskenazi Hospital.

Areas of Expertise

General internal medicine, global health, Kenya, HIV, partnerships in international health.

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