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Global Health Leaders Start Here

Coming soon.

Our colleagues at Duke Bass Connections, a university-wide initiative that facilitates interdisciplinary teams in exploring societal challenges, is calling for proposals from Duke faculty and—for the first time—graduate and professional students, post-docs, trainees and fellows for new project teams starting in summer 2017 or the 2017-2018 academic year. Intrigued? Learn more:


#TBT to last September, when Duke global health students reflected on their summer fieldwork experiences. Many of these students now have global health degrees and are doing great things in the world!


In 2014, the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) launched a global cancer research program in partnership with the Duke Cancer Institute and the National Cancer Institute. And this fall, the arrival of two new global cancer faculty members—Megan Huchko and Gita Suneja—is helping to expand this program. Learn more about Megan and Gita:


Duke professor William Reichert is giving biomedical engineering students yet another avenue to explore the connection between BME and global health through a new undergrad/grad partnership with Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. Learn more about this exciting program:


In her first DGHI blog post, 1st-year MSc-GH student Dilani Logan reflects on the "flipped method" two of her professors are using to engage students. See what she thinks about this technique:


Zack Fowler, a recent global health alum, spent much of his time at Duke working on behalf of WISER. Now, as WISER's development director, he wrote a blog post that was selected by the ONE Campaign to be featured on their website during the UNGA on the SDGs. Read his inspiring account of a girl named Margaret, who "didn't know if she would make it" before she found WISER.


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