Medical Student, Duke University
Kathy is committed to making an impact in global health throughout her career. Specifically, she’s interested in improving surgical access, decision-making, and outcomes in low-resource settings. She was drawn to DGNN, because in these areas, DGNN has an incredible record of research and service from over a decade of work in Uganda. She is very excited to learn from and contribute to this experienced team.
Kathy was recently awarded a DukeMed Engage grant to fund a research project that she is working on that tracks neurosurgical outcomes in Mandalay, Myanmar.