Duke researchers, including Bart Haynes of the Duke Human Vaccine Institute, were among a team to develop an extraordinarily powerful HIV antibody. One of the findings was especially relevant in the global health context: they found that the antibody was able to neutralize 100 of 100 clade C viruses tested--and the predominant clade of viruses in Africa are clade C.” http://bit.ly/2ocW2FH
In the BBC Future story, "12 Questions We Need to Prioritize in 2017," DGHI & Sanford School of Public Policy professor Gavin Yamey shares his thoughts on how to fight global disease in an interconnected world. Read his response and those of many other thought leaders on these 12 complex, provocative questions.
Congratulations to Júlia Sroda Agudogo, Duke Engineering major, for winning the Rice 360 Institute for Global Health's Global Health Design Competition with her speculum-free cervical imaging project! Way to blend engineering and global health for innovative change ... can't wait to see how this project evolves!
Center for Global Women's Health Technologies
Our friend and colleague, Claire Neal, executive director of the Triangle Global Health Consortium, penned an op-ed that makes a great case for maintaining or increasing U.S. global health funding. She argues that federal global health funding cuts would not only affect our safety and the health of people in low-resource settings around the world, but would also have a significant negative impact on the NC global health community. Definitely worth a read!
Yesterday we had the great pleasure of hearing about a few of the global reproductive health projects happening at DGHI. We hear from 4 of our faculty members, who discussed projects on cervical cancer, fetal alcohol syndrome, trauma and HIV. The panel was moderated by DGHI professor Joy Noel Baumgartner,