Happy Friday, folks! Check out this op-ed by DGHI faculty member Randy Kramer and his Tanzanian colleague, Leonard Mboera, about the need to continue funding for malaria control -- submitted in recognition of World Malaria Day (tomorrow, 4/25).
Several global health students (these are just 3 of them!) presented their research earlier this week at Visible Thinking. The event celebrates the achievements of its undergrads in a diverse range of fields.
Duke's collaboration with colleagues at Mulago Hospital has grown over the last 8 years to include these twice-yearly camps where patients receive surgery, a resident training program and joint research projects that have included DGHI students.
Thankful for partners like Development in Gardening (DIG) and Duke Global Health Institute who are helping us become better stewards of the earth. Happy #EarthDay! #organicgardening #sustainableagriculture
Good morning and happy #EarthDay2015! Did you know that 24% of the global disease burden and 23% of all deaths can be attributed in part to environmental factors (WHO 2006)? Global environmental health is one of DGHI's research priorities. What's YOUR environmental passion? Share below!