Academic Medical Center, Duke Global Health Institute and University of Ruhuna to collaborate on undergraduate Global Health program
(Left to right): Front row: Prof. Mary Story (DGHI), Prof. Randy Kramer (DGHI), Guus ten Asbroek (AMC-DGH), Prof. Truls Ostbye (DGHI). Back row: Sarah Cao (DGHI), Prof. Vijitha de Silva (UR-DCM), Laura Bey (DGHI).
We are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding by Prof. Randy Kramer, interim director of the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) of Duke University, in the presence of Dr Guus ten Asbroek representing the Department of Global Health at the Academic Medical Center (AMC-DGH). This paves the way for a collaborative undergraduate Global Health program designed by the AMC-DGH, the DGHI and the Department of Community Medicine at the University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka (UR-DCM).
Representatives of the AMC-DGH, DGHI and UR-DCM (pictured) are participating in a curriculum development workshop at Duke University this week. We look forward to a strong and exciting collaboration that will benefit global health students and strengthen international collaboration in global health education.