The Global Health Research Showcase is a celebration of research and experiences led by Duke global health students. Undergraduate and graduate students were once again able to share their work in-person at the 11th Annual Global Health Research Showcase, with over 60 students presenting research findings from 18 countries.
Featured Student Projects
Students have also created project webpages showcasing their work, which will be uploaded here over the next few weeks. Start your virtual journey by exploring some of the student projects that will be featured at our Showcase event. These projects represent a range of global health topics and methods. View all projects
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Public-Private Partnerships in India’s Covid-19 Response: Exploring Working Models to Prepare for Future Pandemic Response
Awareness of Secondary Care in Roatán, Honduras: Glaucoma and Oral Hygiene
The Association Between Food Insecurity and Mental Health Outcomes: A quantitative and geospatial analysis study
Questions and Feedback
Students welcome your questions! The opportunity to explain research projects and answer questions is an important learning experience for our students. Students have provided contact information on their project pages so that you can reach out with comments, questions and reactions. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts with them.
Poster Contest Winners
Congratulations to the winners of our 2022 Global Health Research Showcase poster contest!
Graduate Winner: Judith Mwobobia
“Let him die. He caused it”: A qualitative study on cancer stigma in sub-Saharan Africa
Graduate Runner-Up: Pooja Singh
Understanding Sexual And Reproductive Health Among Orphaned And Separated Children In Five Low- And Middle-income Countries
Graduate Runner-Up: Elena Johanson
Drivers of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among 20–30-year-olds in the United States - a convergent mixed methods study
Past Showcase Events
Learn more about this event by viewing past Global Health Research Showcase virtual event pages and digital posters.