Joanne A.P. Wilson, MD, the second Black woman to earn a medical degree at Duke, is now a professor emeritus after a pioneering 37-year career as a leader, gastroenterologist, and faculty member in the Department of Medicine. Retired or not, she continues to break new ground, most recently as the first Black president of the American Clinical and Climatology Association.
A unique multidisciplinary program established at Duke provides specialized care for women and girls involved in sports at every level, from professional athletes to recreational enthusiasts.
Faculty and residents in the Department of Surgery are exploring what matters most to surgeons-in-training, and establishing a new curriculum that seeks to redefine what it means to be a ‘good’ surgeon.
As North Carolina's foster care system faces a perfect storm of challenges, Duke Psychiatry provides support to help foster children and their families thrive.
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