Join DGHI, FHI and more on Monday at 4:30 pm as we celebrate the Duke Health Humanities Lab's official opening of their new space in Trent Hall! Enjoy a light reception and the chance to learn more about the HHL.
A new report co-authored by faculty and staff from the Duke-Robert J. Margolis, MD, Center for Health Policy, Duke Center for Policy Impact in Global Health, and DGHI aims to identify opportunities to strengthen the U.S. government's role in supporting global health R&D. Read the report: http://bit.ly/2kQKKsL
The paths our alumni take are as diverse as our students themselves (naturally!). Bolun Li, MSc-GH '16, decided to start his own organization, Development Innovation Insider. In a recent blog post, he reflects on the lessons he's carried forward from his time at DGHI. http://bit.ly/2l3w3gS
Welcome to #ExtremeMakeover, DGHI edition! We recently got a major upgrade to Room 124, one of our main classrooms, where our MSc-GH students spend many hours per week. We're excited about our new digs!
As a 2nd-year MSc-GH candidate, internal medicine resident, and participant in the Global Health Pathway for Residents and Fellows program, Titus Ng'eno is a super-busy guy! But he took some time recently to talk with us about his path to Duke, his global health passion, and his plans for the future: http://bit.ly/2mhTTqs