DGHI faculty member Mary Story has been selected for a presitgious award for her impact as a leader in the field of obesity.
Duke pediatric neuro-oncologist Kristin Schroeder established an innovative pediatric cancer unit at Bugando Medical Centre in Mwanza, Tanzania, where she and colleagues are making a dent in survival rates by trying more holistic approaches to patient care.
DGHI is bringing new focus to research and training partnerships in its own community. How can a global health perspective help address health disparities at home?
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.
Assumpta Nantume envisioned a career as a clinical pharmacist, but during her second year of college, a field research experience in a rural village in Uganda nudged her in a different direction: global health research.
Global health doctoral certificate candidate Zhao Ni is coming up with creative ways to use mHealth to improve the medication adherence for patients in China.