Duke Biomedical PhD students bring their training in critical thinking and scientific inquiry to a diversity of careers. In an effort to provide comprehensive information for all interested individuals, The Duke University Graduate School posts summary data on career outcomes of PhD graduates.
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Alumni from Duke University can be an invaluable resource for scientific dialogue, networking, and socializing! The sources below house various communities of Duke Alumni with whom you may wish to connect. Check them out or get in touch for help leveraging this valuable resource!
The DAA brings together alumni from all of Duke's undergraduate, graduate and professional schools. The DAA provides access for all alumni to valuable resources for personal, professional, social and intellectual enrichment.
Students and alumni can sign in to access the Duke Alumni Network.
Faculty and staff who want to access the Duke Alumni Directory need to first fill out a form requesting access.
If you've graduated within the past four years, you're eligible to receive free career counseling courtesy of the experts at Duke's Career Center. The Career Center staffs PhD-trained specialists for alumni of biomedical sciences.
The Duke Alumni Association supports career development for graduates of all years through its online alumni directory, professional affinity networks and career-networking events for Duke alumni around the world.