The two-day forum was jointly hosted by nonprofit research organization RTI International, Duke University School of Medicine, the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and the Coalition for Trust in Health and Science.
Mary Klotman, MD, speaks with Dr. Southwell about medical information and misinformation, and tools to improve communication between doctors and their patients.
Tatiana Segura, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Neurology, and Dermatology is studying the empty spaces between cells to advance wound-healing research.
Duke Health is among a leading group of health systems and payers from across the U.S. to sign a pledge advancing ethical and responsible use of Artificial Intelligence technology in health care.
Saunders, a professor of surgery, microbiology, and immunology at Duke University School of Medicine, has been an integral part of DHVI since 2014. His focus sharpened during the tumultuous years of the COVID-19 pandemic, pondering whether a single vaccine could provide protection from the undulating waves of viral variants.
Faculty and residents in the Department of Surgery are exploring what matters most to surgeons-in-training, and establishing a new curriculum that seeks to redefine what it means to be a ‘good’ surgeon.
While previous studies suggest Parkinson’s disease begins in the gut and spreads to the brain, how the process occurs has been elusive. Now, a pre-clinical study led by Duke Health researchers provides new evidence that bolsters the gut-brain connection.
Blake Wilson, adjunct professor in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, was named a co-recipient of the 2024 IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology, honored for his contributions to the development of the modern cochlear implant.
A $1 million gift from Mark and Wendy Stavish will support Lejla Vajzovic’s research to develop screening for early detection and treatment of eye disease that could be part of a normal well child visit.
Nestled in the quiet reading room, among the serious tomes on pancreatic enzymes and brain anatomy, is a collection of comic books that illustrate child loss, chronic illness, addiction, anxiety, autism, epilepsy, COVID, cancer, heart disease, reproductive health, and other health care issues.