The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) is improving the health of vulnerable people now and for the future by developing a corps of Leaders in Service—professionals skilled in creating positive change with and in our communities, our health and human service systems, and our world.

Founded in 2007, the New Orleans Schweitzer Fellows Program is one of eleven Schweitzer program sites across the U.S., and serves as a collaboration between Louisiana Public Health Institute, Louisiana State University, and Tulane University.

Since the program’s founding, Schweitzer Fellows in New Orleans—competitively chosen from health-focused graduate student applicants in a variety of fields—have worked tirelessly to address health disparities and the social determinants of health in the greater New Orleans area.

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