Duke alumni are making important contributions in any field connected to global health, including medical practice, international development, policy and finance, technology and innovation, and academic research. DGHI works to celebrate the achievements of our alumni and to maintain strong connections between students and alumni working in the field.

Meet Our Alumni

Paul (2nd from right), as an undergrad, and her DGHI mentor, Jorge Benavides-Rawson (far right) with fellow colleagues in San Vito, Costa Rica.
Alumni Stories

Alumni Profile: Alexandra Paul BS'14 MD'20 candidate

Denali Dahl, MS-GH'17, is working with former DGHI classmate, Happy Ghosh, to bring a preeclampsia self-test strip to pregnant women around the globe, in the hopes of reducing maternal and newborn child deaths due to high blood pressure complications.
Research News

An Idea Born in the Classroom Gets Closer to Reality

A 2017 Duke graduate, José Sandoval now works as a research associate with UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, in Los Angeles.
Alumni Stories

Alumni Profile: José Sandoval BS'17

Chris Clayton
Alumni Stories

Intro Global Health Course Inspired Chris Clayton ’13, Now in Med School

Duke alum Sydney Neeley
Alumni Stories

Sydney Neeley MS’16

Suhani at Health Camp
Alumni Stories

3 Questions with Social Entrepreneur Suhani Jalota ’16

Alumni Stories

Alumna Spotlight: Katie Guidera ‘14 Takes on Malaria, Social Entrepreneurship and More

Alumni Stories

Alumna Spotlight: Jordan Schermerhorn '15 Began Post-Grad Life at the White House

Tom Catena
Featured Story

The Doctor in the Nuba

Stay Engaged with DGHI

  1. Keep in touch
    Make sure you’re signed up for our Worldview monthly newsletter and other news and updates. (DGHI alumni should automatically receive these emails, but use the form above to be sure we have your current address.) Also, follow @DukeGHI on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date on all things DGHI, and join the Duke Global Health Alumni Facebook group to see updates on your classmates, job opportunities and other global health news.
  2. Explore the Duke alumni network
    Find and network with more than 150,000 Duke alumni all over the world through the Duke Alumni Association’s Alumni Network. Only Duke alumni and students have access to this powerful tool, which allows you to search for alumni in specific companies or jobs, or who share Duke affiliations with you. Be sure to keep your career and contact information current so students and classmates can reach you.
  3. Go ahead, brag
    As you launch new adventures and reach new milestones, keep us in the loop. We love to share what alumni are doing with DGHI faculty, staff and students. So let us know.
  4. Share what you’ve learned
    We’re keen to connect alumni with students who can learn from your experiences. If you’re interested in talking to students or you’re planning a trip to campus, contact us.