In addition to conducting evaluations, medical students and volunteer evaluators can get involved with WCCHR through research, see below for a list of our past projects.
Ackerman, K., Habbach, H., Hampton, K., Rosenberg, L., Stoughton, S., & Shin, J. (2019).
There Is No One Here to Protect You: Trauma Among Children Fleeing Violence in Central America. Physicians for Human Rights.
Chelidze, K., Milewski, A. R., & Freeman, E. E. (2017).
Assessing and assisting asylum seekers. Dermatology World, 40-42.
Chelidze K, Sirotin N, Fabiszak M, Gallen Edersheim T, Clark T, Villegas L. Documenting torture sequelae: the Weill Cornell model for forensic evaluation, capacity building, and medical education.
In Adjudicating Refugee and Asylum Status: The Role of Witness, Expertise, and Testimony 2015 Feb 26 (pp. 166-179).
Cambridge University Press, New York.
Dubin, K., Milewski, A. R., Shin, J., & Kalman, T. P. (2017).
Medical students’ attitudes toward torture, revisited. Health and Human Rights Journal.
Emery, E., Stellar, C., Dubin, K., Clark, T., Duncan, A., Lopez, A., . . . Sirotin, N. (2015).
Student Leadership in the Creation and Operation of an Asylum Clinic. Health and Human Rights Journal, Perspectives.
Geynisman-Tan, J., Milewski, A., Dahl, C., Collins, S., Mueller, M., Kenton, K., & Lewicky-Gaupp, C. (2019).
Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Women With Female Genital Mutilation. Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
Human Rights Education Impacts Medical Student Views of Torture. (2017, December 6). Retrieved from Weill Cornell Medicine Newsroom
Pearson, E. (2014, April 1).
Student-run group at Weill Cornell Medical College is helping immigrant asylum seekers. New York Daily News.
Salerno, H. (2018, January 10).
Safe & Sound: A student-run clinic aids immigrants seeking asylum. The Magazine of Weill Cornell Medical College and Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, pp. 16-17.
Saulnier, B. (2012). Safe Haven. The Magazine of Weill Cornell Medical College and Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, pp. 18-19.