Bass Connections at Duke University brings together faculty, postdocs, graduate students, undergraduates, and external partners to tackle complex societal challenges in interdisciplinary research teams. The Madagascar Health and Conservation Team investigates the complex links between biodiversity, infectious diseases, and human health in the rural villages in Madagascar located near Marojejy National Park. The team is currently led by Dr. Charles Nunn, Dr. Randall Kramer, and Dr. James Herrera. Please take a look around and get to know the team and our mission.
For more information on research being conducted in rural Madagascar, please visit the Nunn lab website.