Earlier this summer, Mary E. Klotman, MD, was appointed to a second five-year term as dean of the School of Medicine. In a wide-ranging interview, she looks back at the successes, challenges, and lessons learned during her eventful first term as dean and shares her thoughts on plans for the next five years.
Antoinette Jasmine Charles, a second-year medical student, has already built an impressive record of social justice, activism, and civic service. This summer she was invited to join the White House Health Equity Leaders Roundtable Series, a series of discussions among medical students, clinicians, and policymakers focused on issues including access to care and social determinants of health.
Duke University School of Medicine is one of the nation’s premier training grounds for innovators and changemakers across the landscape of medicine, science, and health care. Meet four School of Medicine alumni who are creating the future in biotech and the delivery of health care.
Understanding intersecting cultural identities — and providing care that respects and affirms those identities — is at the heart of Tyson Pankey’s work as a clinician, educator, and researcher. Pankey joined the Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences faculty as an assistant professor in September 2021, and he wants to help flip the script on how health care providers talk to and care for people in the LGBTQ+ community.
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