Creating Positive Chance in Areas of Fragility

with GCHS alum Nishanth Arulappan
Nishanth Arulappan head shot

"To develop long term, sustainable results, diplomatic cooperation in the area of health is needed. Pure clinical knowledge can save individual lives, but knowledge of various intersectoral and cross-cutting issues is needed to develop relevant and resilient solutions in politically volatile environments."

      ~(GCHS) Alum Nishanth Arulappan

Position: Project Medical Referent

Education: MBBS in Human Medicine, MA in Global Conflict & Human Security

Why Carsey? Nishanth was looking for a graduate program that would provide him with theoretical and practical tools to pair with his medical knowledge, to prepare him to create positive change in contexts of state fragility.