Duke University advanced its commitment to improving health care quality, equity, and affordability through health policy by announcing the elevation of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy to the Duke-Margolis Institute for Health Policy.
Meet two Duke Health employees who found their calling thanks to a community collaboration with Durham Technical Community College and Durham Public Schools that's poised to help many others find careers in health care.
The Office of Learning Environment and Well-Being (LE WELL) has partnered with Duke Arts Create to offer free workshops twice a month from January through April on the sixth floor of the Trent Semans Center for Health Education.
This week's message focuses on the recent activities of Duke University School of Medicine faculty, staff, students and trainees.
Over the 26 years she has been at Duke, Jeanine Holland has been driven by a desire to serve others and make a lasting difference on local communities. In this month’s Spotlight, Holland discusses her passion for service, which was instilled in her as a child and remains part of who she is.
Six Duke University School of Medicine faculty members have been selected to receive 2024 Physician-Scientist “Strong Start” awards. The awards program, funded with a gift from the Nanaline H.
Duke Comprehensive Epilepsy Center Conducting First-In-Human Studies of Cell Transplantation for Epilepsy
A groundbreaking clinical trial is taking a new approach to treat seizures: brain cell transplantation.
Frank Keefe, PhD, professor in psychiatry and behavioral sciences, received the American Psychological Association’s 2024 Distinguished Scientific Award for the Applications of Psychology—the highest honor for scientific contribution presented by the APA.
Joanne Wilson, the fourth Black woman admitted to the Duke University School of Medicine , has a long history as a pioneering physician and EDI leader. She is also now the president of the American Clinical and Climatology Association — the first Black president, and fourth woman in the 130-year history of that organization.