COVID-19 has stripped control and predictability from us. We can’t do the things we want, and we aren’t sure when this mess is going to end.
Students returning to Duke University are participating in surveillance testing to help rapidly identify and isolate people who may have contracted the COVID-19 virus.
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As we face the challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, Duke staff and faculty everywhere are stepping up to keep the important work of the university and health system going.
Dr. Viviana Martinez-Bianchi has long been focused on health equity.
Duke and Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools partner to make data-driven decisions on schooling during COVID-19
A multi-disciplinary scientific advisory board will provide rapid readouts of data on epidemiology, infection transmission rates, and other research.
As the 2020 freedom-vs-facemask culture war rages on in America’s social media feeds and grocery store checkout aisles, a panel of Duke experts suggests an empathetic, non-adversarial approach to g
Two Duke doctors discuss reasons, possible solutions in media briefing