Two of DGHI’s best mentors talk about the keys to supporting students in the field.
New year begins for more than 300 global health students, including new students from 11 countries.
When military personnel are deployed to respond to crises around the world, they may unintentionally be spreading infectious diseases, too.
Environmental economist Marc Jeuland studies why big, one-off interventions often fail—and how to design solutions that are more sustainable.
Among the first students to pursue global health at Duke, Christine McKenna ’08 keeps exploring the interdisciplinary nature of her field.
Rachel Baber (C'20), Gabrielle Zegers (C’19), and Ashley Wilson (C’20) have been working all summer at the Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc., better known as TROSA.
Students use big data to investigate why one third of women who start a modern method of contraception abandon it within a year, even if they still want to avoid pregnancy.
William Pan has been named the inaugural Elizabeth Brooks Reid and Whitelaw Reid Associate Professor of Population Studies at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment.
On July 1, Shenglan Tang, Mary DBT and James Semans International Professor of Medicine and Global Health, became deputy director of the Duke Global Health Institute. We talked with him recently to learn more about his background and his vision for DGHI as he steps into his new role.