Journal Club

Undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff interested in global maternal and reproductive health are invited to join our quarterly journal club meeting. For more details, contact

Global Health Fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Duke University Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health is recruiting a Global Health Obstetrics & Gynecology Pathway Fellow beginning in the summer (July) of 2020. The global health pathway offers OB/GYN physicians the opportunity to broaden their training to address health disparities in resource-poor settings. Fellows extend their training by 24 months to attain core competencies in Global Health. Apply now!

Student Advisory Board

The Center for Global Reproductive Health, part of the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) is looking for dedicated undergraduate and graduate students who are passionate and interested in learning more about global reproductive health to lead various aspects of a year-long project aimed at raising awareness and sparking academic collaborations around Duke and in the larger community. This team of student advisers will work in coordination with core Faculty and staff at the Center for Global Reproductive Health within DGHI to increase student and public engagement with the Center. Contact if you're interested to join.

Research assistant position focusing on women's health and pain

The Pain Prevention and Treatment Research Program (PI: Rebecca Shelby) is seeking a research assistant for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020. This position is a fit for students interested in exploring clinical research in psychology, behavioral medicine and women’s health. The undergraduate student will have the opportunity to attend a biweekly writing meeting that focuses on writing manuscripts about breast cancer and pain, learn how to read and summarize research articles, and learn about data analysis and scientific writing. The undergraduate will also have the opportunity to take the lead on a research abstract to submit to a conference, and receive guidance on applying for funding. The undergraduate student may also collaborate on a review paper focusing on women’s sexual and reproductive health with a graduate student in clinical psychology. There will be an option to continue working in the lab for a second year, depending on student performance and project needs. We are seeking a student who is detail-oriented, accountable, and a strong communicator. Applicants need to have some availability during work hours (approximately 6 hours per week, with some flexibility on time and location). If interested, please send a brief statement of your interest, previous relevant experience, and resume/CV to Jessica Coleman at Please submit your application by September 24