DGHI director Mike Merson recently gave a talk at DGHI about the future of global health, where he declared, "90 is the new 60!" Hear what else he had to say--read the story or watch the video: http://bit.ly/2erdMNE
A new study by Nic School & Duke Global Health Institute - DGHI faculty Avner Vengosh shows that #hexavalentchromium, the carcinogen of Erin Brockovich fame, is more prevalent in NC drinking water than previously thought, but is not linked to #coalash.
UPDATE: Thanks to generous donors who contributed to the matching grant, the Duke Global Health Institute - DGHI has raised more than half the match in just over a year!
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Concilium on Southern Africa at Duke University
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We're deeply grateful for the incredible support we've received from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation--and thanks to the generous donors who have contributed to our matching grant, we've raised more than half the match in just over a year! Read more: http://bit.ly/2eHzgBL
In his first DGHI blog post, 1st-year MSc-GH student Shashika Bandara reflects on the similarities between Sri Lanka's 2015 presidential election and the current U.S. election--and what the U.S. election might mean for global health and international development. Read his post: http://bit.ly/2eDDavw