The Cardea Fellows Program is a four-year, undergraduate fellowship for highly motivated students who are committed to pursuing health-related careers. The program is designed to enhance the competitive success of students by forming a living-learning community to help establish a critical foundation in the natural sciences for each fellow. The goal is to enable our fellows to prepare competitive applications to medical school and other health professions schools.
Academic Interests: Psychology major, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) and Chem Minors
My name is Khalid Hassan, I am an undergraduate at Duke University, and I am currently pursuing a major in Psychology as well as minors in both Chemistry and Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES). As a… read more »about Khalid Hassan
Academic Interests: Evolutionary Anthropology major, Chemistry and Spanish minors
As a junior at Duke, I am studying Evolutionary Anthropology as a major and working toward Chemistry and Spanish minors. My innate interests in the human body and helping people, combined with my own positive… read more »about Fabi Peña Medina
Academic Interests: Major in Psychology, minor in Chemistry
Hi! I am a junior studying psychology and chemistry currently on the pre-medicine track. I am interested in the intersection of medicine, art, and mental health, and hope to pursue a career in psychiatry or neurology after attending… read more »about Elizabeth Roy
It's not too early to think about applying for the 2022 Cardea Fellows Program! The application window is expected to open in May 2022. To get a feel for what the application entails, you can review our 2021 application.