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DGHI Research Roundup: October 2018

November 04, 2018

Sixty-one DGHI-affiliated authors—including faculty, staff and alumni—recently shared new discoveries on a variety of global health topics in peer-reviewed publications. Click on the article links below to learn more:

Jihad Abdelgadir (MS alumna), Cyrus Elahi (MS student), João Ricardo Nickenig Vissoci, Michael Haglund

Jihad Abdelgadir (MS alumna), Michael Haglund, Emily Smith, Henry Rice, João Ricardo Nickenig Vissoci, Catherine Staton

Gary Bennett, Dori Steinberg

Axel Berky, Ernesto Ortiz, Joel Meyer, William Pan

Emily Cherenack (DGHI doctoral scholar), Kathleen Sikkema, Melissa Watt

Cody Cichowitz (DGHI Doris Duke fellow), Melissa Watt

Coleen Cunningham, Svati Shah

David Eagle, Jia Yao, Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell

Jane Fieldhouse (MS alumna), Kerry Mallinson (global health undergraduate), Rick Tsao (global health undergraduate), Gregory Gray

Tamara Fitzgerald

Michael Freemark

Eric Green, Arun Augustine (MS alumnus), Anna Karin Hess (global health undergraduate)

Michael Haglund

Megan Huchko

Tazeen Jafar

Hussain Lalani (Duke undergraduate alumnus), Joseph Egger, Lawrence Park, Peter Kussin

Paul Lantos, Sallie Permar

Charles Nunn

Michael Merson 

Manoj Mohanan

Zhao Ni (doctoral certificate student)

William Pan

Subhrendu Pattanayak

Laura Pulscher (MS alumna), Gregory Gray

Alexandra Shannon (MS alumna), Faraz Usmani (DGHI doctoral scholar), Subhrendu Pattanayak, Marc Jeuland

Emily Smith, Brittney van de Water (DGHI doctoral certificate alumna), Mathama Malakha Bility (global health undergraduate alumna), João Ricardo Nickenig Vissoci, Michael Haglund, Janet Prvu Bettger

Nathan Thielman

Tu Tran (MS alumnus), Emily Smith, Michael Haglund

Melissa Watt, Elizabeth Knippler (global health undergraduate alumna), Brandon Knettel, Kathleen Sikkema

Gavin Yamey

Faculty, affiliates, scholars and alumni: Want your publications listed in the monthly Research Roundup? Email the communications team with the citation or a link to the article! The sooner you email us, the better—we encourage you to let us know when your publication has been accepted.

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