EDI Spotlight: Sharena Ballard-Hart
Sharena Ballard-Hart is the Senior Program Coordinator and HR Manager for the Brain Imaging and Analysis Center (BIAC). She also serves as the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Leader for BIAC.
Study Documents the Mental, Physical, and Financial Challenges of the Pandemic for Women in the South
During the pandemic, women aged 20-40 years old in the Southern United States experienced an increase in mental health challenges, tighter budgets, and a decrease in exercise, according to a study from Duke University School of Medicine published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine Focus.
Unraveling the Mystery of Migraines
Carlene Moore, PhD, an assistant professor in neurology, is opening up new avenues of research in the quest to develop novel therapies for migraines and other painful neurological diseases.
Creating Community for Asian American Students
Medical students Lily Guo and Linda Li each had different experiences before coming to Duke, but an affinity group for Asian American students gave them both a sense of belonging that they said the
Asiya Gusa Named CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar
Asiya Gusa, PhD, assistant professor of molecular genetics and microbiology, has been named a Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) Azrieli Global Schol
Biologic Used by Athletes Could Also Ease Nerve Pain from Chemo, Diabetes
Autologous conditioned serum (ACS) -- a biologic therapy that famous athletes swear by to treat arthritis and sports injuries -- also shows benefit for the kind of neurological pain caused by chemotherapy or diabetes.
Dean Klotman's Friday Message & Conversation with Svati Shah, MD
A Conversation with Svati Shah, MD, about One DukeGEN, an initiative that uses genetics and advanced technologies to quickly translate scientific discovery into better clinical treatments.
Could the Future of Internal Medicine Residency Recruitment be Hybrid?
The COVID-19 pandemic forced medical residency programs to change their approach to interviewing, switching from traditional in-person meetings to virtual conversations via computer video.
2023 Michelle Winn Awards Celebrate Achievements in Diversity and Inclusion
The Michelle P. Winn Awards honor individuals and teams who exemplified inclusive excellence over the past year. Each year, Winn Awards are given to one staff member, faculty member, student, and team from across the more than 10,000 members of the School of Medicine.
Medical Students Select 2023 Golden Apple Awards
Medical students at Duke University School of Medicine selected John Roberts, MD; Jennifer Carbrey, PhD; and Kristen Rhodin, MD, for the annual Golden Apple Awards.