DukeMed Alumni News, Fall 2022
Alumni Spotlight: Kurt Newman, MD'78
Challenge Accepted: Duke Science and Technology
Josh Huang, PhD: Shining a Light on the Traffic Signals in the Brain
Ed Miao, PhD: Moves and Countermoves in the Immune System
When certain immune cells in our bodies are invaded by a dangerous pathogen, they sacrifice themselves to vanquish the intruders.
Immunologist Ed Miao, MD, PhD, studies pyroptosis — a type of programmed cell death in which a cell, once compromised by an enemy pathogen, literally blows itself up to prevent the pathogen from spreading in the body.
Chantell Evans, PhD: Examining the Links Between Damaged Mitochondria and Brain Diseases
Zhao Zhang, PhD: Follow the Jumping Genes
Carolyn Coyne, PhD: Exploring How Viruses Evade the Placental Barrier
Alumni Spotlight: Susan Blackwell, MHS, PA-C’89
School Launches Plan to Dismantle Racism
Helping Kids Navigate the Pandemic
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DukeMed Alumni News is published twice a year. If you have a story idea, please write to us at the address below or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are interested in remembrances of favorite faculty or stories about your time at the School of Medicine, as well as alumni who have interesting hobbies, alternative careers, global and community health experiences, and anything you think would be of interest to other Duke medical alumni. Letters to the editor are also welcome.
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