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Bridging the Gaps 2017 Symposium.

Bridging the Gaps 2016 Symposium.

Bridging the Gaps 25th Anniversary student video.

Dr. Steven Chapman, a BTG alumnus, spoke about the importance of the Bridging the Gaps program and its role in the future of medicine.

BTG 2015 keynote speaker and honoree, the actor and activist Danny Glover.

Keynote address presented by 2014 Bridging the Gaps awardee David Sheff.

Keynote address presented by 2013 Bridging the Gaps awardee Father Gregory Boyle.

BTG 2012 Symposium

BTG 2012

Created by BTG student interns.

BTG 20th Anniversary Tribute

We gratefully acknowledge Richard Birkett, 2009 BTG CHIP intern, for his extraordinary work in creating this 20th anniversary video for Bridging the Gaps.

What BTG Means to Us

Thanks to the 2011 student interns in group 3, who shared their feelings about Bridging the Gaps in this inspiring video presentation.

BTG Symposiun 2011

Dr. Donald Schwarz, Deputy Mayor for Health and Opportunity and Health Commissioner for the City of Philadelphia, kicked off the session, followed by former BTG Clinical Scholar, Chris Renjilian, MD (2011), who is now a pediatric intern at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

BTG Symposiun 2011

Small groups of 2011 BTG CHIP interns presented vignettes illustrating perspectives on their BTG CHIP experience. These included three videos and one oral presentation.

BTG Symposiun 2011

BTG 2011 honoree Bob Hurley, the winningist high school coach in New Jersey history, was the plenary sesssion keynote speaker.

Happy Birthday to BTG 2010

Student interns sing happy birthday to BTG at the 2010 Heart Smart Dinner.

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Bridging the Gaps Presents 15 Years of Hope

A film by Tom MaCoy and Eric Brannon.




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BTG 20 Years Video
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BTG Symposium Rap

At the 2008 Symposium, two of the student coordinators entertained the crowd with their performance of an educational rap, “Circulatory System,” by Rhythm, Rhymes, Results, with the addition of some of the students’ own lyrics.

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