DukeMed Alumni News

Covid19 Research

Duke Researchers Pivot
to Attack COVID-19

Experts at Duke with years of experience
unraveling the mysteries of viruses launch an all-out effort
to stem the outbreak—and prevent the next one

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Medical Education in a Time of COVID-19
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Looking for Disease
in a Global Hotspot

Students’ Third-year Research Lands Them in Vietnam
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Duke Tapped to Lead Search for Universal Flu Vaccine
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Balancing Act

Balancing Act

How the Section of Surgical Disciplines
Excels in Both Research and Clinical Care

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Amy Arundale

Making the Jump

After a lifelong focus on soccer, Amy Arundale, DPT’11,
is now a physical therapist for the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets

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Mark Komrad

From Activist to Ethicist

Mark Komrad, MD’83, an expert on ethical issues
in psychiatry, takes aim at a controversial practice 

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DukeMed Alumni News is published twice a year by the Duke Medical Alumni Association.

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