When Duke neurosurgeon Michael Haglund, M.D., Ph.D., visited New Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda last January, he was astounded at what he saw.
Caitlin Milligan’s blog describes her experience in a voluntary counseling and testing clinic in Edgerton, Kenya. She was part of a team funded by DukeEngage.
What do the French Family Science Center, DukeEngage and University HIV/AIDS research centers have in common? Melinda Gates and global health.
Nov. 1, Michael Merson became the first director of the newly formed Global Health Institute, a year after a University steering committee recommended the institute’s formation.
Buried in the bowels of Trent Drive Hall, amid scaffolding and buckets of paint, lies the start of Duke’s $30-million Global Health Institute. Although the beginning may not be glamorous-with only three staff members and a handwritten paper sign scotch-taped to the wall bearing its name-newly appointed director Michael Merson has grand ambitions for the institute, both in Durham and across the globe.