A Duke University/Duke Kunshan University research team led by Professor Shenglan Tang received a 3-year $1,200,000 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to monitor and evaluate the implementation of a new comprehensive model of tuberculosis (TB) care and control in China.
On the first day of the workshop, three well-known experts gave lectures on academic writing and publishing skills. Dr. Lijing Yan from Duke University and Duke Kunshan University spoke on how to write and publish research papers from the viewpoint of Chinese scholars. Prof. Keith Dear from Duke University and Duke Kunshan University lectured on the presentation of quantitative results based on his rich research experience.
A wide-ranging, six year, multi-layered and multi-location project involving Duke University/Duke Kunshan University, the China Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC)
Backed by a research grant from the Health Systems Research Initiative (UK), Dr. Lijing Yan from Duke Kunshan University and her collaborators are engaged in a three-year stroke study entitled “System-Integrated Technology-Enabled Model of Care Aiming to Improve the Health of Stroke Patients in Poorly Resourced Settings in China (The SINEMA Trial)”.
December 6th and 7th, the inaugural meeting of the China Global Health Network (CGHN) and the workshop on China’s Health Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Experiences and its implications to China’s Global Health Engagement were held at Hubei Hotel, Beijing.
Dr. Davide Mosca, the Director of Migration Health at the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Geneva, Switzerland, visited Duke Kunshan University (DKU) on September 9th and 10th.
September 1, Circulation published a research paper based on a dual-country study led by Prof. Lijing L. Yan, Head of Non-Communicable Diseases Research at the Global Health Research Center of Duke Kunshan University (DKU).
The Chinese Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CCUGH) has elected Duke Kunshan University (DKU) as the consortium's new chair institution in an anonymous vote on August 21st, 2015. As CCUGH's second chair institution, DKU will serve a term of two years and appoint a new chairperson in November, 2015.
une 4, Chongqing – DKU Global Health Research Center (GHRC) team, two Amsterdam Health & Technology Institute (AHTI) experts, Michiel Heidenrijk and Mark J. Geels, and Prof. Ninghua Wang from Peking University visited Chongqing Medical University (CMU) and Dianjiang County from June 1 to June 4th.
Kunshan, May 30, 2015 – Duke Kunshan University held a two-day forum themed on "reform of chronic non-communicable diseases and the Chinese medical system" on May 29 - 30 in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province, China.