2018 DukeMed Alumni Award Recipients Announced

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Duke Faculty

 

Patrick J. Casey, PhD, a faculty member at both the Duke University School of Medicine in Durham and Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, was honored with a 2018 Distinguished Faculty Award during Medical Alumni Reunion in November. Read more about Dr. Casey


 

Michael M. Haglund, MD, PhD, a gifted neurosurgeon and life-long humanitarian, launched and runs a partnership between Duke University School of Medicine and three hospitals in Uganda. Haglund's program donates used Duke medical equipment to the Uganda hospitals and trains the next generation of Ugandan neurosurgeons. Haglund was honored with the Humanitarian Award during the 2018 Duke Medical Alumni Reunion in November. Read more about Dr. Haglund


 

C. Frank Starmer, BSEE'63, G'65, PhD, who began his time at Duke University as an undergraduate electrical engineering major, helped Duke's legendary Chairman of Medicine Eugene Stead, MD, create the Duke Cardiovascular Database, which grew into the largest of its kind in the world. Read more about Dr. Starmer


 

Faculty at Other Institutions

 

John 'Jeb' Hallett, MD'73, is a pioneer in vascular surgery. His research into abdominal aortic aneurysms changed the face of modern vascular surgery. Hallett was honored with a Distinguished Alumnus Award during the 2018 Duke Medical Alumni Reunion in November. Read more about Dr. Hallett


 

James W. Mold, MD'74, MPH, a pioneer for the concept of patient-centered health care, was honored with a Distinguished Alumnus Award during the 2018 Duke Medical Alumni Reunion in November. Read more about Dr. Mold