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Students in Global Health Capstone Tackle Real-World Issues

December 20, 2016

The global health capstone course encourages senior global health majors to research a global health problem, consult with experts in the field and design a practical solution. The course aims to give students an opportunity to use skills they learned in their previous coursework to develop real-world global health solutions they’re passionate about.

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Q&A with 2016 Bass Connections Team Member Luiza Perez

December 12, 2016

Luiza Perez was a member of the 2015-2016 Bass Connections team "Environmental Epidemiology in Latin America: Leishmania." We talked with her to learn more about the project and her hopes for its outcomes.

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Q&A with 2016 Bass Connections Team Member Huijia Yu

December 12, 2016

Huijia Yu was a member of the 2015-2016 Bass Connections team "Environmental Epidemiology in Latin America: Leishmania." We talked with her to learn more about the project and her hopes for its outcomes.

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Q&A with 2016 Bass Connections Team Member Joshua Grubbs

December 12, 2016

Joshua Grubbs was a member of the 2015-2016 Bass Connections team "Environmental Epidemiology in Latin America: Leishmania." We talked with him to learn more about the project and her hopes for its outcomes.

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Q&A with 2016 Bass Connections Team Member Justin Lana

December 12, 2016

Justin Lana was a member of the 2015-2016 Bass Connections team "Environmental Epidemiology in Latin America: Leishmania." We talked with him to learn more about the project and her hopes for its outcomes.

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Q&A with 2016 Bass Connections Team Member Liane Emerson

December 12, 2016

Liane Emerson was a member of the 2015-2016 Bass Connections team "Environmental Epidemiology in Latin America: Leishmania." We talked with her to learn more about the project and her hopes for its outcomes.

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Combined with Art and Poetry, Historical HIV Papers Lend Fresh Perspective

November 22, 2016

When associate professor of global health Kearsley Stewart learned that the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Duke had acquired a collection of unpublished works assembled by medical anthropologist Maria de Bruyn, she immediately began thinking about how she could integrate these materials into her Global Narratives of HIV/AIDS course.

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Student Spotlight: MSc-GH Student Dives into Health Care Access Issues

November 22, 2016

Joseph Incorvia came to DGHI after completing an undergraduate biochemistry degree at Elon University in Elon, North Carolina. Since the start of his Master of Science in Global Health (MSc-GH) program in fall 2015, he has focused on learning about systems that allow people to access health care. 

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