Join the “Sibu Six” as they reflect on their summer research work in Sarawak, Malaysia hunting down viruses.
The “Sibu Six” are a group of graduate and undergraduate students studying global health at Duke University (USA) and Duke Kunshan University (China). Check out the video above to meet the “Sibu Six”, learn about their research projects, and experience Sarawak’s large open markets, pig farms, and tropical disease hospitals.
The video was produced by Jim Rogalski (firstname.lastname@example.org, Director of Video Productions, Duke Medicine).
Pictured: Sarah Philo (back) and Laura Borkenhagen(front)
Photo credit: Jim Rogalski.
Check out Duke Global Health Institute’s “Diaries from the Field” blog where MSc-GH candidate, Laura Borkenhagen, Duke University, reflects on the Sibu Six’s journey in Sarawak, Malaysia thus far.
The Sibu Six are a group of graduate and undergraduate student researchers from Duke University and Duke Kunshan University. They’re conducting several One Health research studies in Sibu and other areas in Malaysia this summer. Borkenhagen’s diary highlights the teams success with sample collection and the details, accompanied with a fragrant aroma, of pig farm sampling.
Two Duke University MSc-GH 2017 graduates who received One Health training under Dr. Gregory Gray have leveraged their global health knowledge to accept positions in two highly acclaimed PhD programs.
Tom Moore has accepted an offer to join the APHL-CDC Infectious Disease Laboratory Fellowship under the leadership of Dr. Abelardo Moncayo, PhD, where he will be working with the Tennessee Department of Health’s Vector Borne Disease Program in Nashville, TN. Currently Tom is working on projects related to tick-borne diseases in collaboration with Vanderbilt University and the CDC’s Division of Vector-Borne Diseases. Tom has also been accepted to the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health PhD program in epidemiology at the University of Arizona, where he will start in Fall 2018.
Laura Pulscher was accepted into a PhD program in the Life and Environmental Science Department at the University of Sydney starting this October. Laura was awarded a scholarship to attend the program, where she intends to focus on the role of infectious, nutritional and toxicological diseases on endangered Christmas Island flying foxes.
Check out the video below to follow Tom and Laura’s journey to Mongolia where they investigated zoonotic diseases among the countries rodent population:
The Sibu Six are a group of graduate and undergraduate student researchers from Duke University and Duke Kunshan University. They’re conducting several One Health research studies in Sibu and other areas in Malaysia this summer.
Check out Duke Global Health Institute’s “Diaries from the Field” blog where MSc-GH candidate, Hudson Berkhouse, Duke Kunshan University, reflects on his trip thus far.
This summer scholars from seven countries (China, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, Thailand, and the USA) joined Duke Global Health Institute students in studying one health. The trainees took one or more of four Duke One Health courses over the-3 week period.
Introduction to the One Health Approach
Public Health Laboratory Techniques
Introduction to Entomology, Zoonotic Diseases and Food Safety