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Team Awards & Recognition

2019

September – Emily Bailey, PhD, Duke One Health team member, is recognized as having one of the Top 3 cited articles since 2018 in the journal of Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines.

August – Emily Bailey, PhD, Duke One Health team member, is selected for tenure track assistant professorship at Texas Tech University, starting in Fall 2019.

August – Professor Greg Gray received a American Veterinary Epidemiological Society Honorary Diplomate Award.

July – Laura Borkenhagen, Duke One Health team member, accepted into the USDA APHIS National Bio and Agro-Defense Scientist Training Program.

June – Professor Greg Gray elected to the Council on Foreign Relations for his international One Health research involving emerging infectious disease.

May – Amanda Farrell, Duke 2nd-year medical student, awarded American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Benjamin H. Kean Travel Fellowship in Tropical Medicine for zoonotic disease research in Vietnam.

May – Kerry Mallinson, Duke undergraduate, awarded Graduation with Distinction in Biology for her thesis, Evaluating rhinovirus prevalence among pneumonia patients in Sarawak, Malaysia.

May – Amanda Farrell, Duke 2nd-year medical student, awarded Eugene A. Stead Student Research Scholarship for zoonotic disease research in Vietnam.

May – Professor Greg Gray selected to receive a 2019 American Veterinary Epidemiology Society Honorary Diploma for his outstanding contributions to animal health, public health, and One Health.

Apr – Su Yadana (former research associate at Duke-NUS) is accepted to an 8-week summer internship with the WHO Global Influenza Program at their headquarters in Geneva.

Apr – Thao Nguyen and Amanda Farrell, Duke 2nd-year medical students, each awarded the Duke Global Health Institute 3rd Year Medical Student Research Grant for zoonotic disease research in Vietnam.

Mar – Amanda Farrell, Duke 2nd-year medical student, selected as inaugural recipient of a Grants for Emerging Researcher/Clinician Mentorship (G.E.R.M.) Program award by the Infection Diseases Society of America for zoonotic disease research in Vietnam.

Mar – Laura Borkenhagen, MSc, Duke One Health team member, is accepted to PhD Programs at Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and Duke Nicholas School of the Environment with fully funded offers.

Mar – Jane Fieldhouse, MSc, Duke One Health team member, is accepted to doctoral programs at the University of California, San Francisco, the University of California, Berkeley, and Duke University, with two fully funded offers.

Feb – Amber Barnes, MPH, PhD, (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia) is selected for appointment as a tenure track Assistant Professor in Public Health at the University of North Florida in the fall of 2019.

Jan – Thao Nguyen and Amanda Farrell, Duke 2nd-year medical students, are approved for conducting their research year with our Duke One Health team studying zoonotic diseases in Vietnam.

2018

Dec – Kristen Coleman, PhD, a Research Fellow at the Laboratory of One Health Research at Duke-NUS, receives a postdoctoral exchange award to visit Duke University in 2019.

Sep – Diego Galan, a Duke University 2nd-year medical student, is awarded a Duke-Singapore Student Scholar Fellowship to perform his third training year with our laboratory at Duke-NUS. He will study leptospirosis with our collaborators in Sarawak.

June – Amber Barnes, PhD (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia), is awarded a faculty position in the Department of Public Health at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL.

May – Professor Greg Gray honored as Duke University’s Global Health Graduate Professor of the Year, 2017-2018

May – Tham Nguyen (Research associate at Duke-NUS) is awarded a full three-year scholarship to pursue her PhD at the University of Queensland

May – Asst Professor Michael von Fricken (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia) received a university-level award, Career Connection Faculty Award, at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.

May – Anastasia Lambrou, MSc is accepted as a PhD student in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control Program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, MD.

Apr – Dr. Lexi Sack (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia) is selected for PhD training at Tufts University in Boston, MA.

Apr – Dr. Michael von Fricken (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia) receives University of Florida Alumni Association’s Outstanding Young Alumni (OYA) Award

Apr – Su Yadana (Research associate at Duke-NUS) is accepted into the Columbia University MPH program in New York City, NY.

Apr – Sarah Philo, MSC is awarded a full two-year scholarship to pursue her PhD at the University of Washington, in Seattle, WA.

Mar – Christophe Hansen-Estruch, a Duke University 4th-year medical student, wins the James B.D. Palmer GSK Memorial Scholarship Fund award ($10,000) for his polyomavirus research work at Duke-NUS and Duke University.

Mar – Anastasia Lambrou, MSc is awarded an EcoHealth Alliance EcoHealthNet Research Exchange to conduct a research study and teach One Health courses in Chitwan, Nepal.

Feb – Professor Greg Gray selected as a committee member in a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Committee on International Security and Arms Control: Enhancing Global Health Security through International Biosecurity and Health Engagement Programs

2017

Dec – Laura Borkenhagen (Duke University), Jane Fieldhouse (Duke University), and Hudson Berkhouse (Duke Kunshan University) complete their MSc in Global Health six months earlier than their classmates.

Sep – Dr. Ben Anderson (postdoc at Duke University) is selected for appointment as an Assistant Professor of Science and Global Health at Duke Kunshan University in Kunshan, China

Sep – Dr. Michael von Fricken (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia) receives Outstanding Young Alumni Award, University of Florida, College of Public Health and Health Professions, Gainesville, FL.

Sep – Anastasia Lambrou, MSc appointed as Vice President for Members of the International Student One Health Alliance Executive Committee.

Jul – Professor Greg Gray receives an Excellence in Education Award for Duke Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases.

May –  Laura Pulscher, MSc awarded a full three-year PhD scholarship to attend the University of Sydney in Sydney Australia

Apr – Dr. Lexi Sack (former Duke postdoc with D43 training program in Mongolia) is accepted in the MPH program at Harvard University in Boston, MA.

Apr – Anastasia Lambrou, MSc awarded Center for a Livable Future Lerner Fellowship for her work in North Carolina and South/South East Asia.

2016

Dec – Laura Pulscher (Duke University) completes her MSc in Global Health six months earlier than her classmates.

May – Tom Moore, MSc is awarded APHL-CDC Infectious Disease Laboratory Fellowship at Tennessee Department of Health, Nashville, TN.

Sep – Dr. Michael von Fricken (postdoc in Mongolia) is selected for appointment as an Assistant Professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.

Mar – Christophe Hansen-Estruch, a Duke University 2nd-year medical student, is awarded a Duke-Singapore Student Scholar Fellowship to perform his third training year with our laboratory at Duke-NUS. He will study polyomaviruses in Singapore.

Mar – Anastasia Lambrou completes her MSc in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

Jan – Florence Tesha, an undergraduate student at Duke University, is named one of 25 under 25: Leaders in US – China Relations.

2015

Apr – Dr. Ben Anderson (postdoc at Duke University) is selected for special training in Duke’s Scholars of Molecular Medicine (Infectious Disease) Program

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