Exploring the Influence of TikTok on Health Information
Tik Tok is the health consultant of choice for many Americans. Research by Duke ob-gyn resident Jenny Wu shows some of the social media platform's content can be informative and useful.
A Fair Process: Lisa McElroy Strives to Make Transplant Selection More Equitable
The legacy of Black surgeons at Duke is recognized as Lisa McElroy, MD, MS, assistant professor of surgery and population health sciences, serves as the inaugural recipient of the Onyekwere E. Akwari, MD, Endowed Professorship which was created in honor of the first African American surgeon on staff at Duke.
Shaking a Shared Delusion: Andrea Deyrup Combats Race-Based Medicine
Andrea Deyrup, MD, PhD, a professor in the Department of Pathology, challenges a long history of race-based medicine that she says is often based on questionable assumptions and flawed science yet deeply embedded in clinical decision-making.
Thomas Denny: Overseeing Duke’s Vaccine Research Enterprise
As chief operating officer at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI), Thomas Denny is in the unique position of helping people fight flu and HIV, developing the next generation of COVID-19 vaccines, and all the while leading an annual $120 million enterprise.
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