Beryl Greywoode, MD
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Born in West Africa, Dr. Beryl Greywoode is a current CHOP Attending Physician of Sierra Leonean heritage who has dedicated her career to improving health care in her home country. She received her medical degree from the University Of Florida College Of Medicine where she founded the non-profit Project RAIN (Relieving Areas In Need) which focuses on advancing sustainable health initiatives in Sierra Leone. She then completed her pediatric training in the Boston Combined Residency Program and thereafter pursued a Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship at Imperial Health in the United Kingdom developing her clinical skills in tropical health and international relief work. Though her global health work encompasses a broad range of issues, Dr. Greywoode has a keen interest on the cross section between malnutrition and infection and the socio-economic factors surrounding health outcomes.