Tessa Concepcion MS’18 recently published her master’s thesis, a research study characterizing surgical conditions among children in Somaliland, in JAMA Network Open.
What infectious agents might be lurking in transit hubs like airports and subways? Duke One Health researchers are using bioaerosol sampling to find out.
Public policy, biology and psychology are the most popular global health co-majors, but some students make unexpected choices when it comes to their co-major. We recently connected a few of them to learn about their motivations for choosing their co-major and how they’re integrating it with global health. Here's what they told us.
Aditya Mehta MS’16 is now working at the Antara Foundation, a New Delhi-based nonprofit focused on scaling up public health delivery, where he’s using the skills he honed in DGHI's global health master's program.
Thirty-one DGHI-affiliated authors—including faculty, staff and alumni—recently shared new discoveries on a variety of global health topics in peer-reviewed publications.
A new teaching and research laboratory opened on January 24 at the Webuye County Hospital in Webuye, Kenya, a teaching center for medical residents, medical officers, clinical officers and nurses from across the country.
Assistant professor Dorothy Dow, a pediatric infectious diseases doctor, first went to Moshi, Tanzania, in 2011 to do research on preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission. But her focus soon shifted when she discovered a grim reality for adolescents with HIV
We recently talked with Suhani Jalota '16 to learn more about her journey with Myna Mahila, the social enterprise she founded as a Duke undergraduate majoring in global health and economics. Here are some excerpts from our conversation.
More DGHI students than ever are getting a chance to experience what it’s like to work at two of the 200+ organizations in the state working to improve global health.
“Disease eradication is the mother of all global health efforts,” Gavin Yamey proclaimed as he opened a recent panel discussion exploring the opportunities and challenges of eradication. “But is it worth the risks, the time, the resources and the tradeoffs?”