Oct 01

Sara LeGrand, Kathryn Whetten and team publish article on HIV and trauma

Sara LeGrand, Kathryn Whetten, and team recently published an article in Behavioral-Bio-Medical Interface: Current HIV/AIDS Reports. The study researched if traumatic experiences are associated with negative health and behavioral outcomes. The findings conclude that people living with HIV who have experienced traumatic events experience lower rates of HIV disclosure and... read more →
Oct 01

MACH Symposium Success!

The Maternal, Adolescent, and Child Health working group at the Duke Global Health Institute hosted the first MACH symposium on September 28, 2015 entitled Transforming Global Maternal, Adolescent, and Child Health: From Research Evidence to Practice and Policy. Ann Starrs from the Guttmacher Institute was one of the keynote speakers... read more →
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Jun 01

MACH Pilot Proposal Grants Awarded

Two winners were awarded approximately $25,000 in research funds from the Maternal, Adolescent and Child Health committee at DGHI for a pilot proposal funding period of July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016. The first grant was awarded to Melissa Watt  (DGHI) for the project "Understanding contraceptive use among South... read more →
May 22

MACH Symposium- Save the Date!

The Maternal, Adolescent, and Child Health working group at Duke University will be hosting a symposium on Monday, September 28, 2015. The event will take place at the Trent Semans Center in the Great Hall on the Duke campus. It will be an all day event with lunch served. Registration... read more →
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