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Linda Arnold

Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Yale School of Medicine
Dr Linda Arnold is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician in New Haven, CT, and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. A former Peace Corps volunteer, Dr Arnold is a dedicated clinician and medical educator who has been actively involved in Global Health for over 30 years. As founder of Yale's Pediatric Resident Global Health Track, and Past Chair of the AAP Section on International Child Health, she has been a mentor for many students, trainees and early career pediatricians committed to improving children's health. Dr Arnold serves as North American Representative on the IPA Standing Committee, and leads the IPA's new Child Health Emerging Leader's Program (Child HELP), a formal, mentored leadership development program for early career pediatricians seeking to drive improvements in child health at local, national and global levels.