Kyle Bruce, D.P.M.’11, M.P.H., in June 2015 graduated with a master’s of public health degree from the American Podiatric Medical Association/Dartmouth Public Health Fellowship at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. He completed 60-plus credit hours of advanced courses in biostatistics, inferential methods, health reform, quality improvement, environmental health, medical finance and strategy, nonprofit organization entrepreneurship and marketing, leadership and public speaking. He also was involved multiple projects including the Adoption of a Diabetic Amputation Prevention Team (ADAPT) internship at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC), a quality improvement initiative to reduce pressure ulcers at DHMC, and an assessment of barriers and behaviors leading to non-adherence to restricted weight-bearing orders. Bruce is the second podiatric physician to complete this prestigious fellowship, created for the educational enrichment of podiatric physicians with an interest in public health. Prior to the fellowship, he completed a three-year residency with the Henry Ford Health System in the upper Detroit area.