The Institute for International Medicine is hosting the “INMED Exploring Medical Missions Conference from May 30-31 at the University of Missouri.
An article originally published on the Fuqua website discussing student donations what will provide limbs to the needy.
Paul Farmer spoke at Page Auditorium on April 21.
The Keystone Symposia is hosting “Metabolism and Cardiovascular Risk” from September 23-28, 2008 in Breckenridge, CO.
Bill Chameides (center), dean of the Nicholas School of Environment and Earth Sciences, and Jason West (right) an atmospheric chemist at UNC, joined students from both campuses for a dinner discussion about climate and health on April 15.
The Duke Global Health Institute is looking for a Project Manager (Associate in Research) for research activities associated with Project Parivartan at Duke and in India.
For summer 2008 research, the Duke Global Health Institute awarded nearly $80,000 in grants.
Matt DeCamp, PhD, discussing the fact that global health inequality may be the most pressing moral challenge of our time.
Two global research organizations dedicated to designing a vaccine against HIV – the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI), and the Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) – have signed an agreement to work together to address major biological questions that have slowed development of a safe, effective and affordable AIDS vaccine.
The Duke Global Health Institute has selected Eve Puffer as its inaugural Global Health Postdoctoral Fellow. In order to enhance DGHI’s signature research initiatives and to cultivate a generation of leaders in Global Health research, the postdoctoral program will be expanded to up to six fellows within the next three years.