Hongsheng Lu, whose research focuses on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and the role technologies can play in the approach and treatment of NCDs, carried out a 10-week fieldwork project in Lima, Peru.
Duke Kunshan’s global health program has welcomed one of its most diverse groups of students since the program was launched in 2014. What makes this class unique is their age diversity – the Class of 2021 range in age from 17 to 51. They also represent varied intellectual interests based on the cultures of their home country and their life experiences.
Duke Kunshan Chancellor Youmei Feng and assistant professor Chenkai Wu joined leading scholars from around the world to discuss the public health challenges facing communities along the Belt and Road Initiative.
This January, five global health graduate students from Duke Kunshan University were accepted out of a competitive pool of applicants to attend the annual GO WHO 2018 conference, co-organized by WHO Western Pacific Office, National Commission of Health and Family Planning and Peking University.
This past summer, the 3rd cohort of Duke Kunshan University’s MSc in Global Health program embarked on a worldwide journey to undertake original field research, each supported by a $7,500 grant from the program.