Bass Connections in the World
Join us for a special Bass Connections event featuring research stories from four 2018-19 project teams. Refreshments will be provided.
Students will share research findings, tools and applications in development, lessons from the field and experiences doing community-engaged research with local and international partners. This event is part of Duke at Home in the World, a month-long series of events highlighting how Duke students, faculty and staff are engaged with communities all over the world.
Presenting teams will include:
Environmental Epidemiology in Latin America: Artisanal Gold Mining in the Peruvian Amazon
Speakers: Jackie Gerson (Ph.D. in Ecology) and Kelsey Landsdale '19
Big Data for Reproductive Health
Speakers: Katherine Gan '21, Molly Paley '20 and Nicole Rapfogel '19
Refining Surveillance for Zoonotic Respiratory Viruses in Sarawak, Malaysia
Speaker: Julie Zemke (M.S. in Global Health)
Developing a Mobile Phone-based Community Health Program for Hypertension Control in Nepal
Speakers: Namratha Atluri '19, Rinchen Doma '20, Rishika Gundi '21 and Olivia Neely '20