Many Duke schools and institutes have developed partnerships with Indian universities, foundations, governments and NGOs.
For a full list of Duke’s partnerships in India, visit Duke’s global partnership database and search by country.
Duke-IIT Gandhinagar – A higher education collaboration supported by the U.S. and Indian governments, including collaborative research, student exchange, and joint engagement of private sector programs.
Duke Global Health Institute in India – Graduate and undergraduate global health projects take place across India with partners including the Public Health Foundation of India, Shiv Nadar University, and Tata Medical Center. Partnerships focus on chronic disease, environmental health, health systems strengthening and health inequalities.
Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD) – Duke SEAD partners with innovators throughout India to address healthcare challenges. Innovators offer mobile clinics, train home caregivers and healthcare workers, and develop low-cost technology such as safe birthing kits to meet the needs of families in low resource settings.