From post-surgical appearance to recovery time, researchers study what matters most to women when choosing breast reconstruction surgery.
From Dominican and Puerto Rican to Mexican heritage, the choices made in confronting the virus are as diverse as the cultures represented in a new national study of COVID-19 patterns led by Duke University School of Medicine.
Singaporean Minister of Health Ong Ye Kung led a delegation from the Ministry of Health, National University of Singapore (NUS), and Duke-NUS Medical School on a visit to Duke on Sept. 18 for a full day of meetings with leadership, faculty, and students as well as a tour of the Duke Outpatient Clinic.
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.
An antibiotic that has shown effectiveness for bacterial pneumonia also appears successful in fighting methicillin-resistant staph infections, reports a team led by Duke Health.
Up to 40% of older surgery patients develop postoperative delirium, a syndrome of confusion that typically occurs in the first few days after surgery.
The new scholars are outstanding first-year students from historically under-represented or underserved backgrounds who are pursuing a PhD.
Mary Klotman, MD, talks with Dr. Michael Pencina, Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Director of AI Health, and Duke Health’s first Chief Data Scientist about the enormous potential of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence have to improve health care, and also about how to avoid the potential pitfalls they present.