• Keynote: Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet

    Duke Global Health Institute 10th Anniversary Symposium

    Keynote: Richard Horton

OCTOBER 05, 2016

8:30am-3:30pm
Great Hall
Trent Semans Center

 

Future Directions in Global Health

The Duke Global Health Institute
10th Anniversary Symposium


Wednesday, October 5, 2016
8:30-3:30 p.m.

Great Hall, Trent Semans Center for Health Education

#DGHI10

This event will give current, emerging and future perspectives on the field of global health. It is designed for individuals wishing to engage in global health research and education with partners at Duke Global Health Institute, learn more about the field and the work of DGHI, and network with those working in the field of global health.

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Symposium Schedule

8:30am-9:00am

Registration, seating



9:00am-9:05am

Welcome


  • Jack Leslie, chair, Duke Global Health Institute Board; Chairman, Weber Shandwick

9:05am-10:00am

Series 1: 10-minute TED Talks: Global Health 2035


  • Integrating Science and Service for Transformative Impact
    Brandon Kohrt, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Global Health
     
  • China Rising: The Shift from Aid Recipient to Donor
    Shenglan Tang, Professor of Medicine and Global Health
     
  • Achieving a Grand Convergence in Global Health
    Gavin Yamey, Professor of Global Health and Public Policy

    Response panel moderated by Kathryn Whetten, Professor of Global Health and Public Policy, with Audience Q&A

10:00am-10:35am

Series 2: 10-minute TED Talks: Emerging Issues in Global Health


  • From One to Four Billion: Population Shifts in Africa and the Impact on the Health and Well-being of Youth
    Blandina Mmbaga, Director, Kilimanjaro Clinical Research Institute, Moshi, Tanzania
     
  • Shining a Light on Global Mental Health
    Kathy Sikkema, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, and Global Health
     
  • Climate Change’s Hidden Secrets
    Jaime Miranda, Professor of Medicine, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia and Director, CRONICAS Centre of Excellence in Chronic Diseases, Lima Peru

    Response panel moderated by John Bartlett, Professor of Medicine and Global Health, with Audience Q&A

10:55am-11:15am

Break


11:15am-12:15pm

Panel: Global Health Education: Current Strengths and Future Directions


  • “I am Duke Global Health” video
     
  • DGHI Education Overview
    Mary Story, Moderator, Associate Director of Academic Programs, DGHI and Professor of Community Medicine and Global Health
     
  • Innovation in Global Health Education
    David Boyd, Associate Professor of Global Health
     
  • The Transformative Power of Experiential Learning
    Melissa Watt, Director, Master of Science in Global Health program, DGHI and Assistant Professor of Global Health
     
  • The Physician and Global Health
    John Stanifer, Fellow, Duke Clinical Research Institute and Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine
     
  • The Future of Global Health Undergraduate Education
    David Toole, Director of Undergraduate Studies, DGHI and Associate Professor of Divinity, Ethics and Global Health

    Audience Q&A

12:15pm-1:00pm

Lunch


1:00pm-1:45pm

Duke leaders reflect on the Future of Global Health at Duke


  • President Richard Brodhead
  • Chancellor Eugene Washington
  • DGHI Director Michael Merson

    Moderated by Dennis Clements, Professor of Pediatrics and Global Health

1:45pm-2:20pm

Series 3: 10-minute TED Talks: Innovation in Global Health


  • Harnessing Technology to Address Global Health Challenges
    Gary Bennett, Professor of Psychology, Global Health & Medicine
     
  • Increasing Diversity in STEM through Using Human Centered Engineering Design to Address Global Health Challenges
    Jenna Mueller, Postdoctoral Associate, Duke University
     
  • Reverse Innovation in Global Health
    Krishna Udayakumar, Associate Professor of the Practice, Global Health and Medicine

Response panel moderated by Wendy O’Meara, Associate Professor of Medicine and Global Health, with audience Q&A


2:45pm-3:15pm

Keynote Address: Global Health: the Basic Science of Humanity

  • Richard Horton, MD, editor, The Lancet

Audience Q&A




3:30pm-4:30pm

All-DGHI reception, Trent Semans Patio

 

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Speakers

Panel Speakers & Moderators

SERIES 1: Global Health 2035


Brandon Kohrt headshot

Brandon Kohrt
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Global Health and Cultural Anthropology
Duke University

Shenglan Tang headshot

Shenglan Tang
Professor of Medicine and Global Health
Associate Director for Duke Kunshan University and China Initiatives, Duke Global Health Institute
Duke School of Medicine

Gavin Yamey headshot

Gavin Yamey
Professor of the Practice of Global Health
Duke Global Health Institute

Kate Whetten headshot

Kate Whetten
Professor of Public Policy, Nursing, Community and Family medicine, and Global Health
Director, Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research
Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University

PANEL: Global Health Education


Mary Story headshot

Mary Story
Professor, Community & Family Medicine and GLobal Health
Associate Director for Academic Programs
Duke Global Health Institute

David Boyd headshot

David Boyd
Associate Professor of the Practice, Global Health
Duke Global Health Institute 

Melissa Watt headshot

Melissa Watt
Assistant Research Professor, Global Health
Associate Director of Master of Science in Global Health
Duke Global Health Institute

John Stanifer
Fellow, Duke Clinical Research Institute and Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine

SERIES 3: Innovation in Global Health


Gary Bennett headshot

Gary Bennett
Professor of Psychology, Global Health & Medicine
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Duke University

Jenna Mueller headshot

Jenna Mueller
Postdoctoral Associate
Duke University

Shenglan Tang headshot

Krishna Udayakumar
Associate Professor of the Practice, Global Health and Medicine
Duke Global Health Institute

Shenglan Tang headshot

Wendy Prudhomme-O’Meara
Associate Professor, Medicine and Global Health
Duke Global Health Institute

SERIES 2: Emerging Issues in Global Health


Blandina Mmbaga headshot

Blandina Mmbaga
Director
Kilamanjaro Clinical Research Institute

Kathy Sikkema headshot

Kathy Sikkema
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Global Health
Director of Clinical Psychology
Director, Global Mental Health Initiative
Director of Doctoral Studies, Duke Global Health Institute
Director, Social and Behavioral Sciences Core (Duke CFAR)
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Duke University

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Jaime Miranda
Director of CRONICAS Center of Excellence in Chronic Diseases
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia

John Bartlett headshot

John Bartlett
Professor of Medicine and Global Health
Co-Director, The Center for AIDS Research
Associate Director for Research, Duke Global Health Institute
Duke University

David Toole headshot

David Toole
Associate Professor of the Practice, Divinity, Ethics and Global Health
Associate Dean for Global Health Initiatives
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Global Health
Duke Divinity School

DUKE LEADERS: Reflecting on the Future of Global Health at Duke


Richard Brodhead headshot

Richard Brodhead
President
Duke University

Eugene Washington headshot

Gene Washington
Chancellor for Health Affairs, Duke University
President & CEO, DUHS

Mike Merson headshot

Michael Merson
Director
Duke Global Health Institute

Dennis Clements headshot

Dennis Clements
Professor, Pediatrics and Global Health
Senior Advisor, Duke Global Health Institute

 

 

Keynote Speaker

Richard Horton
Richard Horton is Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet. He was born in London and is half Norwegian. He qualified in physiology and medicine with honours from the University of Birmingham in 1986. He joined The Lancet in 1990, moving to New York as North American Editor in 1993. Richard was the first President of the World Association of Medical Editors, and he is a Past-President of the US Council of Science Editors. He is an honorary professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University College London, and the University of Oslo. He has also received honorary doctorates in medicine from the University of Birmingham, UK, and the Universities of Gothenburg and Umea in Sweden.

From 2011 to 2015, he was co-chair of the UN's independent Expert Review Group on Information and Accountability for Women's and Children's Health, whose remit was to monitor progress of the UN Secretary-General's Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health. In 2016, he was appointed to chair the Expert Group for the High Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth, chaired by Presidents Hollande of France and Zuma of South Africa. Richard received the Edinburgh medal in 2007 and the Dean’s medal from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in 2009. He has written two reports for the Royal College of Physicians of London: Doctors in Society (2005) and Innovating for Health (2009). He wrote Health Wars (2003) about contemporary issues in medicine and health, and he has written regularly for The New York Review of Books and the TLS. He has a strong interest in global health and medicine’s contribution to our wider culture. In 2011, he was elected a Foreign Associate of the US Institute of Medicine. In 2015, he received the Friendship Award from the Government of China.

 

Timeline

Here is a look back at the highlight events of each year through DGHI’s timeline. Click, hold and drag the blocks left and right to navigate, or use the arrows to the left and right of the timeline to scroll through DGHI’S 10 years. Click on the links within each year to learn more.

2011


Global health added to medical school curriculum