MULTIMEDIA: (ICYMI) To help teens living with HIV in Tanzania, DGHI professor Dorothy Dow had to take a new approach—and stretch her own expertise. Check out this multimedia look at how she and her Tanzanian colleagues are achieving results!
There's tons of incredible scientific research out there that's locked behind paywalls and never makes it into the lives of the people it's intended to benefit. One team at Duke University is trying to change that. They've created a website to share their work on artisanal and small-scale gold mining in the Amazon with a lay audience, including key stakeholders in the Peruvian government. Check it out and pass it along to other researchers as inspiration: Read More
February 13, 2019
Armed with a master's in global health, Aditya Mehta MS'16 returned to his home country of India to put his degree into practice. Now, he's working at the Antara Foundation, a New Delhi-based nonprofit focused on scaling up public health delivery, and mapping out a career at the intersection of international relations and global health in politically unstable or conflict environments. Read our latest alum profile to learn more about Aditya's global health path!...
Hear from Duke undergrad students who took the road less traveled when selecting their global health co-majors--why did they choose those fields and how are they integrating them with global health? Their answers may surprise you!
ON THE BLOG: A recent career fair prompted second-year MS student Yolande Pokam Tchuisseu--focused on her next steps as graduation approaches--to rethink a common piece of career advice. Plus, she shares a few job-seeking tips she picked up at the fair.
ON THE BLOG: DGHI master's student and Duke Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences resident Tony Pham and his team have been exploring the intersection of traditional healers and mental well-being in Nepal. Read about what they learned through this Duke Bass Connections research project: https://bit.ly/2ULM2mk