José Sandoval wanted to return to Los Angeles, where he grew up, after his years at DGHI
Despite its notoriety for being a painful subject, Turner’s biostatistics class has developed a reputation as one of DGHI’s favorites
Yihuan Lai deepened her understanding of mental health resources in Kenya last summer. She saw a few lions up-close, too.
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As a Duke undergrad, Alex Paul's summer in rural Costa Rica, solidified her decision to become a doctor, the Duke med student says.
Duke global health experts weigh in on border policies, the environmental impact of the outbreak, the novel coronavirus compared to influenza, and more.
Duke biomedical engineer Nimmi Ramanujam's plan aims to close the cervical cancer inequity gap and catalyze a new model of women-centered health care
Working with community members, researchers from Duke and the University of Washington taught them talk therapy techniques which they used to help children process their grief and stress.
At the recent student-organized Duke conference, speakers, panels and attendees shared their perspectives on the decolonization of global health, from its history of structural inequities to stigmatizing language used in academia and funding imbalances.