Created by two medical students in fall 2022, the Native and Indigenous Medical Student Association offers students support, a sense of community, and much-needed mentors.
The Sexual and Gender Diversity Advisory Council (SAGDAC) is a think tank that helps support collaboration and a wide range of innovative LGBTQ+ initiatives across Duke.
A student-led presentation on the Medical Spanish Course at Duke won second place in a poster competition at the Joint National Meeting for the Medical Organization for Latino Advancement (MOLA) and the National Association of Medical Spanish.
Duke researchers spearhead JAMA Surgery study showing men overwhelmingly hold the top spots in U.S. medical school surgical leadership
The School of Medicine kicked off a new restorative justice pilot program with participants from across School of Medicine departments and units.
Everardo Macias's quest to find innovative treatments for prostate cancer mirrors his own incredible journey – from a migrant farm worker to a groundbreaking scientist.
The School of Medicine’s new employee resource group ¡DALHE! Kicked off its inaugural event recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month on Friday, October 6.
Adriana DaCosta’s experience as a student in the Duke Physician Assistant Program has opened her eyes to many things, among them the need for improved access to health care for Black and Hispanic communities.
Once a rising star in Uruguayan field hockey, a Duke neuropsychologist now tackles disparities, aiming to reshape how the nation's largest, fastest-growing minority group receives Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
Mary Klotman, MD, talks with faculty member Leonor Corsino, MD, MHS, about improving health access and care in underrepresented populations.