Deng Madut, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Research Professor of Global Health
Dr. Deng Madut completed the Global Health Fellowship Pathway in 2019 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Biochemistry and his MD from Texas Tech before completing Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases fellowship training at Duke.
Dr. Madut joined the Global Health Pathway as an Infectious Disease Fellow in 2016 and completed a Master of Science in Global Health in 2018. As a Pathway fellow, he was awarded a Fogarty Global Health Fellowship, and this research support allowed him to spend a year in Moshi, Tanzania investigating barriers to accessing care among persons living with HIV. After completing this work, Dr. Madut spent an additional year in Moshi, Tanzania contributing to research housed within the longstanding febrile illness research collaboration between Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) and Duke University
Dr. Madut joined the Division of Infectious Disease and International Health in 2019 and remains committed to an academic career in infectious disease and global health. He serves as a research mentor to HYC trainees and supports the HYC’s capacity development efforts in Moshi, Tanzania.