Nicole St Clair, MD
Dr. Nicole St Clair is the Director of the Pediatric Global Health Program, which was founded in 2007 when she arrived at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She is an assistant professor of pediatrics and works at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin as a pediatric hospitalist. She did her undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her pediatric residency training at the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics, with Harvard Medical School and Boston University. Dr. St Clair has worked internationally in Mexico, Haiti, Lesotho and Belize. She has developed global health residency training programs with pediatric residents at Children's Hospital Boston, Boston Medical Center, and in 2010 started a 3-year global health residency training track at Children's Hospital Wisconsin. Dr. St Clair’s primary global health areas of interest are in exposing US-based medical trainees to health disparities, providing insight into how to practice medicine with limited resources, developing sustainable academic partnerships with international colleagues, and utilizing educational and clinical services to address health disparities.
Jackie Kuzminski (Nohl), MD
Dr. Jackie Kuzminski is the Associate Director of the Pediatric Global Health Program for the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). She is an assistant professor of pediatrics and works at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin as a pediatric hospitalist. She did her undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her Pediatric residency training at the Medical College of Wisconsin which is affiliated with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Dr. Kuzminski has worked internationally in Kenya and extensively in Belize. Dr. Kuzminski is one of the two leaders of the MCW pediatric resident training track that accepted it's inaugural class in the fall of 2010. She is also on the Board of Directors for Hillside Healthcare International, a Non-Government Organization (NGO) forced on improving healthcare, education and community empowerment in the Southern part of Belize. In additional to her role on the Board, she also Chairs the Education subcommittee for Hillside charged with maintaining and improving the current curriculum for the multidisciplinary medical learners who rotate through the clinic in Belize. Dr. Kuzminski has been involved in education efforts to training Belizean healthcare providers in neonatal resuscitation and maintains a continued relationship with national Belizean healthcare leaders. Dr. Kuzminski's primary focus is on improving healthcare disparities through education, training healthcare providers to practice with resource limitations and creating mutually beneficial sustainable relationships.
Pediatric Global Health Program Faculty Mentors