State leaders and education officials weighing whether to re-open schools are considering myriad factors, from infection rates to vaccine rollout to a reluctance on the part of both teachers and fa
With COVID-19 being a fixture of our lives for nearly a year now, science has been a staple in the news.
Among 6,000 children and staffers at YMCA day camps, Duke researchers documented just 19 cases of COVID-19 while community incidence spread.
Duke study: when schools take COVID safety measures, viral transmissions for in-person schooling are lower than in community
Research from Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill suggests that schools can consider returning to in-class instruction if they mitigate COVID-19 transmission on campuses, despite the level of COVID
Duke University has been awarded a Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award to study the health concerns most important to the local Black community, particularly as they relate to COVID-19.
Duke University School of Medicine Dean Mary Klotman, MD, talks with Duke infectious disease specialists, David Montefiori, MD, and Thomas Denny, MSc, MPhil about potential issues surrounding varia
7 global health experts from Africa, Latin America, Asia and the U.S. talk about their continents' unique issues
Duke University School of Medicine Dean Mary E.
Duke medical and health professions students are playing a prominent role in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to the Duke Health community.