Top media outlets, including NPR, The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times have reached out to Duke infectious disease experts for accurate information on the new coronavirus
Duke experts offer a quick explainer and what we know about the new coronavirus in China
DGHI, Duke-NUS researchers find hints in a genomic study of influenza B
For more than a decade, Wendy Prudhomme-O’Meara has called Kenya home. An infectious disease expert, the Duke associate professor of medicine and global health has focused much of her work on trying to better understand malaria in Kenya and on developing partnerships to improve care for those with the mosquito-borne illness.
The most memorable global health stories often involve high stakes, ingenious interventions and inspiring outcomes. Here, we share 12 of our favorite DGHI stories from 2019.
A new early-intervention model helps caregivers learn strategies to nurture their childrens' development.
Innovative study of pediatric surgery in Brazil may offer a model for allocating healthcare resources.
Zika may be out of the headlines, but researchers are learning more about how the mysterious virus makes its way from mothers to babies.
The eighth annual DGHI event featured 44 student posters that highlighted field research in 18 countries.
Without private resources and resourcefulness, attaining universal access to high-quality care and better health outcomes will remain difficult.