Med School Blog

E.g., Saturday, February 24, 2018
E.g., Saturday, February 24, 2018
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August 14, 2017
Dear Colleagues, In alignment with the statement from President Vince Price released earlier today, we send our sympathy and support to the people of...
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August 11, 2017
Biologically speaking, nearly every species on Earth has two opposite sexes, male and female. But with some fungi and other microbes, sex can be a...
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Kevin Thomas, MD at URIM event
August 8, 2017
Members of the School of Medicine’s underrepresented minority faculty, staff and students gathered with their families last weekend at an event...
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Dr. Wigfall and student after white coat has been put on.
August 7, 2017
By Aliza Inbari
About the new class and their orientation to Duke The School of Medicine’s class of 2021 is readying for their Duke experience with a time-honored...
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Parkinson speaking at podium
August 7, 2017
By Natalie Briggs
Never believing in retirement, George R. Parkerson, Jr., M.D., MPH , has worked full time at the Duke University School of Medicine for the past 43...
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Dean Mary Klotman speaks from the podium.
August 3, 2017
Close to 200 faculty, staff and students from across Duke Health and Duke University campus welcomed Mary Klotman, MD, to her new role as dean of the...
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Alexa Mieses, M.D., MPH
July 31, 2017
Duke Family Medicine second-year resident Alexa Mieses, M.D., MPH , was elected to be the resident representative to the Board of Directors of the...
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image shows head X-ray.
July 28, 2017
Method could group similar Alzheimer’s patients for more precise drug trials The push to develop treatments for Alzheimer’s disease has been a...
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Daniel Levic
July 27, 2017
Our intestine is a highly complex organ – a tortuous, rugged channel built of many specialized cell-types and coated with a protective, slimy matrix...
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Cory Stingl, MD
July 25, 2017
The Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine is pleased to announce the first two post-doctoral fellows supported by an NIH training...
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Nicholas S. Heaton, Ph.D.
July 25, 2017
A new way of producing the seasonal flu vaccine could speed up the process and provide better protection against infection. For decades, vaccine...
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2017 class of Duke’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics
July 20, 2017
The 2017 class of Duke’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics program recently spent three days in Washington, DC, discussing healthcare...
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Joseph Rogers
July 17, 2017
HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION The work of a research team from Duke led by Joseph Rogers, MD, interim chair of the Department of Medicine, was published...
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Duke’s Project Baseline study team
July 14, 2017
With a study watch on her wrist and a sleep sensor in her new tote bag, a Caucasian woman in her 40s walked out of the Duke University Medical Center...
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Geoffrey Ginsburg, MD, PhD
July 13, 2017
Full Article: http://bit.ly/2udRtAR Excerpts from the article: . . . To make the most of genomic information in practice, clinicians need convenient...

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