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In an article published in The Lancet on May 18, Gavin Yamey, professor of the practice of global health at Duke University, offers suggestions for providing needed financing for efforts to prevent global pandemics, including human and animal surveillance, development of vaccines, and the...


More than 60 attendees from 15 countries gathered May 9-11 for the second annual meeting of the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) at Duke University. SETI, founded in April 2016, is an interdisciplinary global collaborative that aims to foster research on energy access and energy...


Odette Rouvet MIDP’18 is one of five Duke students working with Dr. Christine Folch to develop policy recommendations on how to best harness Itaipú Dam and future renewable energy projects to build sustainable development for Paraguay.


Over a two-day workshop held April 26-27, senior level health officials from Cuba met with DCID faculty, staff and students, along with representatives from Advance Access & Delivery (AA&D), the Indiana Recovery Alliance, UNC-Chapel Hill and Harvard University to discuss potential future...