This three-day intensive symposium aims to bring together mentor-mentee pairs from the Duke Global Health Institute priority partner locations in sub-Saharan Africa and select Duke students, trainees, and researchers to the symposium to strengthen research capacity, develop leadership and mentorship skills, and identify gaps in reproductive health research in sub-Saharan Africa.
Researchers from DGHI priority partner locations in East and South Africa, Duke faculty with related research interests and selected Duke students, post-docs and residents will be encouraged to attend. International mentor-mentee pairs from DGHI’s partner locations will participate in the sessions on all three days and are invited to apply for admission and scholarships here. Duke master’s and undergraduate students and post-doctoral scholars can apply here to attend select sessions of the symposium focused on research skills building, leadership, and mentorship.
Duke Faculty are invited to attend any of the sessions throughout the three-day workshop. We ask that you register here so that we can plan appropriately.