Researchers who are interested will partner with financial service providers to pilot and test behaviorally-informed solutions to improve financial wellbeing of low and middle-income populations in China.
Duke Kunshan Chancellor Youmei Feng and assistant professor Chenkai Wu joined leading scholars from around the world to discuss the public health challenges facing communities along the Belt and Road Initiative.
Duke Kunshan Global Health Research Center offered a series of advanced training sessions to a group of government officials from the Jiangsu Health Commission from November 16 to 18
Duke Kunshan global health researchers participated in the Lancet-CAMS Health Summit, organized by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) and The Lancet
Scientists at Duke Kunshan University and Duke University are collaborating with InDevR Inc. to evaluate a lab-on-a-chip technique for the rapid identification of the influenza virus subtype from human and animal samples.
Dr. Chenkai Wu has been appointed as the Associate Director of Graduate Studies, MSc of Global Health, reporting to Prof. Lijing L. Yan and Prof. Shenglan Tang.
As the first author, Dr. Qian Long recently published a paper titled “Prevalence of and reasons for women’s, family members’, and health professionals’ preferences for cesarean section in China:
September 3, 2018, the 1st International China Conference on Frailty was held on in Shanghai with the focus on addressing the prevention and intervention of frailty and disability with aging —an increasingly hot research topic globally.
July 29-31, the Chinese Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CCUGH) held the Second International Healthcare Development Aid Consulting and Training Workshop in Wuhan University.