The Duke One Health Team


Rafae Alam Rafae Alam
Rafae is a freshman at Duke University. He is from Lafayette, Louisiana and plans on double majoring in chemistry and global health. His main research interests include health disparities, environmental health, and infectious diseases. He is an active member of the Duke Outing Club, Duke Muslim Student Association, and Durham Bicycle Cooperative.
Ben+website+cropped Benjamin Anderson, MPH, PhD, CPH
Ben has a PhD in Public Health concentrating in One Health, with research interests in emerging infectious diseases, zoonotic diseases, and viral respiratory pathogens. He has considerable laboratory experience, specifically in serology and molecular diagnostics, and has worked extensively in China performing bioaerosol studies in swine production facilities. Ben currently serves as the Duke One Health Team Research Coordinator and manages the Duke One Health Research Laboratory.
Emily Bailey Emily Bailey, PhD
Emily has a Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Engineering from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health. Her research interests include infectious diseases, environmental microbiology, and emerging pathogens and their detection in water and air. She has considerable laboratory and laboratory management experience, specifically in the examination of water and wastewater and in the detection of pathogens by culture and molecular diagnostic techniques. Emily currently serves as a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Duke One Health Team.
john-bartlett John A. Bartlett, MD
John A. Bartlett is Professor of Medicine, Global Health and Nursing at Duke University and Professor of Medicine at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College. He has extensive experience in leading NIH-funded awards focused on HIV/AIDS research over the past 25 years. Dr. Bartlett is Co-Director of the Duke University Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), a Senior Fellow within the Duke University Health Inequalities Program, Associate Director for Research in the Duke Global Health Institute, a Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) investigator, and Co-Chair of the Duke University Africa Initiative. He can provide mentorship for trainees interested in One Health-related causes of fever in Tanzania and related complications.
Laura Borkenhagen Laura Borkenhagen
Laura is a student in Duke University’s Master of Science in Global Health program. She recently graduated from the University of Minnesota, Morris where she pursued degrees in biology and anthropology. With One Health, Laura is eager to intersect her research interests in microbiology and her experience working with swine through the study of emerging zoonotic diseases.
Jennifer Callejas Jennifer Callejas
Jennifer is an undergraduate junior at Duke University. She is pursuing a double major in Environmental Science and Policy and Global Health, with concentrations in environmental health and the epidemiology of infectious disease. She is interested in studying the nexus between environmental and human health, particularly with regard to infectious disease and vector-borne illness. During her time at Duke, she has had the opportunity to participate on an environmental epidemiology research project studying the transmission of leishmaniasis in Peru and the effectiveness of insecticide-treated bed nets, as well as a community ecology project for the conservation of African Forest elephants.
hiba Hiba Fatima
Hiba Fatima is a master’s student in the Duke Global Heath Institute. Her main interests include infectious disease, health disparities, and refugee health. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Environmental Microbiology. During this time, she worked with Schistosomiasis from an ecological perspective.
Jennifer Callejas Jane Fieldhouse
Jane is working toward her Master of Science in Global Health at Duke University. She is interested in integrating medical anthropology and infectious diseases utilizing a One Health approach. She received her undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology from Hamilton College. Prior to studying at the Duke Global Health Institute, she worked in Dhaka, Bangladesh, examining the institutionalization of the One Health Agenda in collaboration with the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b). She served as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin from 2011-2013.
GRAY.GREG.001 Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH – Principle Investigator
Greg is a public health physician and infectious disease epidemiologist. He has extensive experience conducting population-based studies of respiratory infections and zoonotic diseases. He serves as a Professor at Duke University with 3 affiliations: the Division of Infectious Diseases in Duke University’s School of Medicine, Duke Global Health Institute, and Duke Nicholas School of the Environment. He also serves as a Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore and at Duke Kunshan University in China.
Kennedy-Stoskopf, Suzanne_website Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf, DVM, PhD
Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf is a Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at North Carolina State University (NCSU) College of Veterinary Medicine with a joint appointment in the Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Program and the Southeast Climate Science Center at NCSU. Her veterinary medical boards are in zoological medicine and her graduate training is in immunology and infectious diseases. Her research focus is in ecology of wildlife infectious diseases with particular emphasis in transmission at the wildlife, livestock, and human interfaces and the role that extreme weather events related to climate change contribute to interactions between people, wild animals, and domestic animals. For the past 5 years, she has been active in the North Carolina One Health Collaborative.
randy-kramer Randall Kramer, PhD
Randy Kramer is professor of environmental economics and global health in the Nicholas School of the Environment, and Deputy Director of the Duke Global Health Institute. Before coming to Duke in 1988, he was on the faculty at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He has held visiting positions at IUCN–The World Conservation Union, the Economic Growth Center at Yale University, and the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry. He has served as a consultant to the World Bank, World Health Organization and other international organizations. He was named Duke University’s Scholar Teacher of the Year in 2004. Kramer’s research is focused on the economics of ecosystem services and on global environmental health. He is currently leading an interdisciplinary team using decision analysis and implementation science to evaluate the health, social and environmental impacts of alternative malaria control strategies in East Africa.
Lantos_Pic_edit Paul Lantos, MD, MSGIS
Dr. Lantos is Medical Instructor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine in the Divisions of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and General Internal Medicine. He received his medical degree from the University of Connecticut, where he completed a residency in internal medicine and pediatrics. Following his residency he completed a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital in 2007. Dr. Lantos has recently earned a Master’s degree in Geographic Information Systems at Johns Hopkins University. Since joining the Duke faculty in 2008 Dr. Lantos’ research has focused on the spatial and spatiotemporal epidemiology of infectious diseases. His active areas of research include Lyme disease, influenza, cytomegalovirus and health disparities. Dr. Lantos serves as co-chair of the IDSA-AAN-ACR Lyme Disease clinical practice guidelines.
Kerry Mallinson Kerry Mallinson
Kerry is a sophomore at Duke University double majoring in global health and biology. Her primary research interests include infectious diseases and global health disparities. On campus she is involved in Partners in Health Engage, Peer Tutoring, and Child Life Volunteering. She is serving on the Duke One Health Bass Connections project in Malaysia and is excited to study emerging respiratory viruses using a One Health approach.
Tom Moore Tom Moore
Tom is a masters student in the Duke Global Health Institute. He is interested in clinical microbiology, infectious disease, and epidemiology. He graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho with a degree in Biology with an emphasis in microbiology and a minor in psychology. During this time, he conducted an evaluative study of common water purification methods against parasitic, bacterial, and fungal water-borne microbes in the Yellowstone Region. He has also received training as an EMT and in phlebotomy. He has worked in urgent care and in rural primary care clinical settings.
charles-nunn Charles Nunn, PhD
Charles Nunn is a Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health at Duke University and Director of the Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine. His research investigates the ecology and evolution of infectious disease, and the growing field of evolutionary medicine, which takes an evolutionary perspective to improve understanding of both infectious and non-infectious diseases. He conducts biological and global health fieldwork in Madagascar.
Maria Perez Maria Perez
Maria is an undergraduate senior at Duke University originally from Houston, Texas. She is pursuing a double major in International Comparative Studies and Global Health with concentrations in Latin America and the Caribbean and health systems strengthening and innovation. She is interested in studying how public health systems are currently failing and what can be done to improve them. At Duke she’s had the opportunity of working with Dr. Boyd through the Duke Global Health Institute Student Research Training Program in communities in rural Guatemala.
Sarah Philo Sarah Philo
Sarah is a student in Duke University’s Master of Science in Global Health program. She recently graduated from the University of Notre Dame where she studied biological sciences with a focus on infectious diseases and global health. As a student at Notre Dame, she conducted research on the environmental signals for bacterial motility in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Her current research interests focus on the epidemiology of zoonotic and vector-borne diseases.
Laura Pulscher Picture website Laura Pulscher
Laura recently graduated with her Masters in Global Health at Duke University. Her interests lie in emerging infectious disease specifically assessing zoonotic disease utilizing a One Health approach. Prior to entering the DGHI program Laura worked on various infectious disease research projects including research on Leishmaniasis in India and Chronic Wasting Disease in deer and elk at Colorado State University.
Kellie Soafer Kellie Soafer
Kellie is a recent 2017 graduate of Berry College in Rome, Georgia where she earned her BA in biology along with a chemistry minor. As an undergraduate, Kellie conducted research on Trypanosoma cruzi, a protozoan parasite and etiologic agent of Chagas Disease. Her interests are in emerging zoonotic diseases and utilizing the One Health approach to deal with global health issues. Her hobbies include scuba diving, running, and listening to jazz.
siddhartha-thakur Siddhartha Thakur, MVSc, PhD
Dr. Siddhartha Thakur is an Associate Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at NC State University. Dr. Thakur espouses the concepts of “One Health” and uses its principals to study the impact of interplay between animals, humans and their environment on the dissemination and persistence of antimicrobial resistant (AR) bacterial strains. He is the past-chair of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) Pre Harvest Food Safety professional development group (PDG), and serves on the Journal of Food Protection management committee. He is the leader of the “Emerging, Infectious and Zoonotic Diseases” core at the Center for Comparative Medicine and Translational Research (CCMTR) at the CVM, NC State.
Rick Tsao Rick Tsao
Rick is a undergraduate freshman in the Trinity College of Arts and Science at Duke University. He is studying chemistry, global health, and computer science. Rick is passionate about health care, environmental health, and poverty alleviation. He has sent three research projects to the International Space Station, testing the effects of microgravity. In his free time, he participates in Project WILD (Wilderness Initiatives for Learning at Duke) and backpacks in Pisgah National Forest.
Thara Veeramachaneni Thara Veeramachaneni
Thara is a rising sophomore at Duke University. After participating in a Global Health class taught in Costa Rica, she became interested in the differences between health care systems across the globe. She is currently pursuing a career in medicine, with concentrations in Chemistry and Spanish. She also enjoys volunteering, playing badminton, and hunting for Pokémon.
chris-woods3 Chris Woods, MD, MPH
Dr. Woods is the Co-Director of the Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health. He is an associate professor in the Departments of Medicine and Pathology at Duke University; an adjunct associate professor in Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health; an adjunct associate professor in the Emerging Infections Program at the Duke-National University of Singapore Graduate Medical School. Clinically, he serves as Chief of Infectious Diseases and clinical microbiology, and hospital epidemiologist for the Durham VA Medical Center. Dr. Woods is board-certified in internal medicine, infectious diseases, and medical microbiology. He currently serves as the Director of Graduate Studies and the MSc for Global Health in the Duke Global Health Institute. Dr. Woods has a particular interest in development of medical microbiology capacity in the developing world and the epidemiology of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. His research focuses on the development of novel diagnostic approaches to infectious disease and the potential for interspecies transmission of pathogens.


Battsetseg Gonchigoo Battsetseg Gonchigoo, DVM, PhD, ScD (Vet)
Professor, Dr. G.Battsetseg is a head of the Laboratory of Arachno-entomology and Protozoology at the Institute of Veterinary Medicine in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Her team works on the study vector-borne animal diseases, coccidian parasites, as well as some zoonotic parasitic diseases. She is a site principal investigator for the NIH D43 project in Mongolia.
 Myagmarsukh Yondon Myagmarsukh Yondon, MSc
Miga currently working at the Laboratory of Virology, in the Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Mongolia, as a researcher. He graduated from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Agrarian University of Havana, Cuba in 2009. He trained in molecular biology techniques and virology studies at the Emerging Pathogens Institute, University of Florida in 2010 and Department of Veterinary Medicine, Nihon University, Japan in 2012. He completed him Master of Science degree in Equine influenza at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Life Sciences, Mongolia in 2016. His main research interests include respiratory diseases (animal influenza virus and MERs-CoV) and mosquito-borne diseases (blue tongue virus and west nile virus), etc.

TEAM 2 (2015-2017)

mai+portrait+cropped Maitsetseg Chuluunbaatar
Mai graduated from the Faculty of Biology, National University of Mongolia in 2009 and did her postgraduate studies in medical virology from 2009-2010 in Department of Virology, National Center Communicable Diseases, Mongolia. She completed Master of Science in Molecular Biology at National University of Mongolia in 2012 and trained in molecular biology techniques at the Institute of Pathogen Biology, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences in 2010 and Regional laboratory of Glasgow, UK in 2013. Mai has been a member of Mongolian Society of Virology since 2009. Since 2015, she has been working in collaboration with the One Health project between Duke University and Mongolian Academy of Medical Sciences (MAMS).
Zimma+cropped Ulziimaa Daramragchaa
Dr. Ulziimaa Daramragchaa has more than 7 years of experience on infectious disease research, training and international relations and project coordination. She received her medical degree from Health Science University of Mongolia (currently named Mongolian National University of Health and Science) and continue doing her MPH degree in present. She was a medical officer at the Dept. of Research, Training and International relations in National Center for Communicable Diseases, Mongolia. She served 6 years in a governmental organization and 1 year in the international organization sector on a Global Fund and MoH, Mongolia supported HIV/TB project. She also worked as a project coordinator for “Identifying risk factors for zoonotic influenza transmission,” a cooperative project between US and Mongolian researchers.
Lexi Sack Lexi Sack
Lexi Sack is a veterinarian who graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. Her focus area was public health, and she has previous experience as an extern with the USDA, CDC, SCWDS at the University of Georgia and the Public Health Lab at Universiti Putra in Malaysia. She received an award for wildlife epidemiology during her fourth year at the CVM for her work on ten-year retrospective study of over 1,900 reptile and amphibian wildlife patients, primarily turtles, that have presented to the wildlife clinic at the CVM.

TEAM 3 (2016-2018)

Uyanga Baasandavga Uyanga Baasandavga, MSPH
Uyanga Baasandavga has served as an Epidemiologist at the National Center for Zoonotic Diseases in Ulaanbaatar since 2004. She completed her Master of Science degree in Public Health at the Mongolian National University of Medical Science in 2011. She completed the Mongolian Field Epidemiology Training Program during 2010 to 2011. Her main research interests include tick-borne and mosquito-borne diseases. She has previously worked as project manager for the study “Serological Surveillance ro Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus Infection among Human in Mongolia” a cooperative work between the human and animal sectors.
Amber N. Barnes Amber N. Barnes, PhD
Amber earned her PhD in Environmental Health in 2016 at the University of Florida. Her dissertation work in Kisumu, Kenya explores the role of domestic animals in peri-urban communities and their association with household food and water contamination. Previously she served as a Florida Department of Health’s Epidemic Intelligence Service Fellow and a polio eradication consultant for STOP Team 37 in Sierra Leone. Her research interests are in zoonotic disease and the creation of One Health programs to support a healthier human-animal relationship.
Anu Davaasuren Anu Davaasuren, PhD
Dr. Anu Davaasuren has served as a medical parasitologist at the National Center for Communicable Diseases in Ulaanbaatar since 2009. She also worked as a bacteriologist in the hospital-based pneumococcal surveillance program among children under the age of 5 yrs in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Her main research interests include cestode zoonoses (taeniasis; echinococcosis), tick borne infections (babesiosis; rickettsiosis), water-borne parasites (cryptosporidiosis; giardiasis), etc. She wishes to widen her research experience in zoonotic diseases, particularly focusing on epidemiology, entomology, and veterinary medicine.

TEAM 4 (2017-2019)

Saranzaya Enebish Saranzaya Enebish
Sarah graduated from Health Sciences University of Mongolia in 2008. She has worked at the Center for Zoonotic Diseases in Selenge aimag, Mongolia as a epidemiologist since 2015. She is planning to specialize for public health, especially prevention and control on zoonotic diseases.
Collin McCabe Collin McCabe
Collin McCabe is a disease ecologist, a Ph.D. candidate in Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University, and a visiting scholar at Duke University with Charles Nunn in Evolutionary Anthropology. For his dissertation, he established a longitudinal study of infectious disease risk and commensalism among native rodent species and humans transitioning from nomadic to sedentary lifeways across 16 villages and 8 wildlife conservancies throughout Laikipia, Kenya. His research interests lie in emerging zoonotic diseases and predicting their threats via evolutionary, ecological, and behavioral data as well as through mathematical and simulation modeling. He will be defending his dissertation in April 2017 and will then join Team 4 in May 2017.
Batnasan Yondondorj Batnasan Yondondorj
Batnasan Yondondorj graduated with a Veterinary Degree from the University of Agriculture in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in 2004. In 2016, he also acquired a masters degree in Veterinary Bacteriology. From 2005 to 2010 he worked as a clinical bacteriologist at the State Central Veterinary Laboratory in the Bacteriology and Parasitology Department. Currently Batnasan is working as a food bacteriologist in the food hygiene and residue testing department in the State Central Veterinary Laboratory. In 2013, Batnasan was granted the state senior diagnostician in the field of veterinary bacteriology.


coman Dr. Alexandru Coman, MD, MSc, Epidemiologist
Dr. Coman is a researcher at Cluj School of Public Health, Babeș-Bolyai University Romania. He is also the director of One Health Center for Environmental and Occupational Research, Center for Health Policy and Public Health, at the same university. He received his MD from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy ”Iuliu Hațieganu”, and his MSc from Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He is a member of Romanian College of Physicians and also serves as an expert evaluator in the National Commission of Hospitals Accreditation.


Kristen Kristen K. Coleman
Kristen is a Ph.D. candidate interested in emerging and zoonotic respiratory viruses, with laboratory experience in microbiology, virology, and molecular diagnostics, and four years’ experience instructing undergraduate- and graduate-level courses. Her doctoral research focuses on measuring airborne influenza virus in the school environment, where she has volunteered a significant amount of her time educating schoolchildren on the importance of personal hygiene in relation to the spread of respiratory pathogens. In October 2016 she was invited to Duke University School of Medicine as a visiting scholar. In January 2017 she will join the Laboratory of One Health Research at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore where she will provide expertise in conducting bioaerosol research throughout Southeast Asia. After receiving her doctorate in May 2017, Kristen will be designated as Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Program of Emerging Infectious Diseases at Duke-NUS Medical School.
christophe Christophe Hansen-Estruch
Christophe is currently pursuing his medical degree at the Duke University School of Medicine. His previous studies were centered around molecular biology and immunology and he has previous laboratory experience working with optimizing immune assays for dengue virus. He plans to do his research year studying respiratory viruses at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore.
Tham Thi Nguyen Tham Thi Nguyen, MPH
Tham earned her Masters of Public Health at the University of Newcastle, Australia in 2014. She has 6 years of experience working as a research assistant at Oxford University’s Clinical Research Unit in Vietnam. Her research work has largely focused upon emerging viral infections. In February 2016 she joined the Laboratory of One Health Research at Duke NUS Medical School in Singapore as a research associate.


paul-hsieh Paul C. R. Hsieh, PhD
Paul is a health economist. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Vanderbilt University in 1990. Since then, health economics has become the central focus of his research career. He serves as a Research Professor at Duke University with two affiliations: Duke Global Health Institute and Global Health Research Center at Duke Kunshan University in China. Before coming to Duke in 2014, he was on the faculty at the Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica. He is the coeditor of three previous books on the economics of health care. He is also the coauthor of the textbook on health economics published by MIT Press. Paul’s current research is focused on (1) the economics of infectious diseases; (2) pharmaceutical policy and access to medicines; (3) the effectiveness of disease prevention strategies and policies; and (4) health care utilization and health outcome evaluation.
Mai-Juan Ma-edited Mai-Juan Ma, PhD
Dr. Ma is assistant professor and faculty of Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, Academy of Military Medical Sciences. He got his PhD dgree in June 2012. He is currently working on influenza virus research, including surveillance, molecular epidemiology, and zoonotic transmission of influenza between species.
Shuo Su, PhD Shuo Su, PhD
Shuo Su is a Professor in the college of Veterinary Medicine at Nanjing Agricultural University. His research interest include epidemiology of acute respiratory infections, influenza virus, emerging infectious diseases, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus, hepatitis E virus and porcine circovirus. He has been participating in the One Health Programs since 2014.
Hudson Taylor Hudson Taylor Berkhouse
Hudson Taylor grew up in West Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelors of science in wildlife and fisheries. He is currently enrolled at Duke Kunshan University in Jiangsu Province, China where he is pursuing a masters of science in global health. He is primarily interested in cross-cultural aspects of global health as well as approaches which integrate human and livestock aspects of community health. It is for this reason that he would like to be involved with the One Health Program.
Mai-Juan Ma-edited Emma Wang
Emma is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Global Health at Duke Kunshan University. Her main interests include environmental health, health disparities, health economics, and infectious diseases. She graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Public Affairs. She is planning to participate in the One Health Training Program at Duke University in the summer of 2016.
Qianli Wang, PhD
Dr. Wang received her PhD from Fudan University in 2014. There she performed her thesis research on the mechanisms of infection and transmission of avian influenza virus using animal models. After her doctoral research, she started as a Postdoctoral fellow in Institute of Microbiology in the Chinese Academy of Sciences studying the immune response to avian influenza among poultry workers and the epidemic characteristics of avian influenza virus in China. In 2016 she began working as a One Health postdoctoral fellow in Duke Kunshan University’s Global Health Research Center.
Pei Zhou (Billy), PhD Pei Zhou (Billy), PhD
Billy is a PhD student in veterinary medicine at South China Agriculture University in Guangzhou. His research interests include influenza A virology and epidemiology. Since 2014, he has been working on influenza A virus research in One Health projects with Duke University.


Bekh-Ochir Baigalmaa Bekh-Ochir Baigalmaa, MD, virologist, Mongolia/USA, 2016 (3 months)
boldbaatar Boldbaatar Bazartseren, DVM, PhD, NIH D43 postdoctoral fellow, Mongolia, 2014-16
Luke Caddell Luke Caddell, MS, 2016 (summer)
Mike+GregGray-4551 Michael Von Fricken, MPH, PhD, NIH D43 Duke postdoctoral fellow, Mongolia, 2015-16
Derek+cropped Derek Johnson, MPH, PhD, NIH D43 Duke postdoctoral fellow, Mongolia, 2015 (six months)
GregGray-4580 Anastasia Lambrou, Duke undergraduate student, Durham, NC, 2014-15
sukhbaatar-lkhagvatseren-edited Sukhbaatar Lkhagvatseren, DVM, PhD, NIH D43 postdoctoral fellow, Mongolia, 2014-16
Jenae Logan Jenae Logan, MS, Durham, NC, 2016 (3 months)
Kristen Malinak Kristen Malinak, DVM student, Mongolia (one month)
Mengmeng Ma (Mary), MS, study coordinator, Singapore, 2014-16
roxanna-martines Roxana Martinez, Duke undergraduate student, Durham, NC, 2014-15
Pagbajabyn Nymadawa Pagbajabyn Nymadawa, MD, PhD, DSc(Med), Mongolia, 2013-16
sophie Sophia Papageorgiou, DVM, MPVM, PhD, Duke postdoctoral fellow, Mongolia, 2014 (six months)
mee-kian Mee Kian Poh, PhD, Singapore, 2015-16
tesha Logan Rooper, Duke Undergraduate Student, Durham, NC, 2015-16
Jennifer Stiles Jennifer Stiles, DVM and MPH student, 2016, Mongolia (one month)
Florence Tesha One Health website picture update Florence Tesha, Duke undergraduate student, Durham, NC, 2014-15
Andrew Wang Andrew Wang, Duke undergraduate student, Durham, NC, 2016 (4 months)
Lifang Wang (Echo), PhD Lifang Wang (Echo), PhD, Durham, NC, 2016 (3 months)
Tai Xie Tai Xie, PhD, Durham, NC, 2016 – 17 (12 months)
Michele Yeo Michele Yeo, PhD, 2016 (two months)