Analysis Details Lasting Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Cancer Care
Cancer patients said the COVID-19 pandemic heightened infection concerns, increased feelings of fear, and disrupted their care, according to a research questionnaire.
Dean Klotman's Friday Message & Conversation with David Page, PhD
Dean Mary Klotman, MD, talks with David Page, Professor and Chair of the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, about the advantages as well as the potential downsides of AI and Machine Learning, and about how the School of Medicine is working to maximize the opportunities and minimize the risks.
Exploring the Influence of TikTok on Health Information
Tik Tok is the health consultant of choice for many Americans. Research by Duke ob-gyn resident Jenny Wu shows some of the social media platform's content can be informative and useful.
Video: Third-year Duke Medical Student Alexa Campbell
Third-year Duke medical student Alexa Campbell is working with Drs. Jeff Federspiel and Sarahn Wheeler in the Department of Ob/Gyn to better understand how racial disparities can lead to negative outcomes in preeclampsia patients.
A Promising New Approach Against a Forgotten Killer
More children die from pneumonia than AIDS, malaria and measles combined. A DGHI researcher hopes to harness a naturally occurring bacterium to help kids fight back.
George McLean’s Estate Gift Pays His Appreciation Forward
In appreciation of the gifts of knowledge and training, the George W. McLean estate has funded an endowment to support endocrinology research.
Chancellor’s Research Awards Honor Graduate Student Achievement
Graduate students at Duke University who are laying the groundwork for new health care innovations were honored March 1 at the Chancellor’s Award for Research Excellence (CARE) ceremony.
Less-extensive Surgery as Effective as Lobectomy in Early Lung Cancer, Study Finds
A less extensive surgical option is proving to be an effective method for treating early non-small-cell lung cancer, the most common type of lung cancer, according to a long-term, randomized trial.
Gift Honors Decades-Long Collaboration of Renowned Researchers
Gift by Marion Stein, MD, to support research and faculty at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute.
Lefkowitz Lecture, Faculty Talks Launch Dean's Distinguished Research Series
Duke University School of Medicine's Dean's Distinguished Research Series kicked off on February 23 with the Robert J. Lefkowitz, MD, Distinguished Lecture by cell biologist Titia de Lange, PhD, of Rockefeller University and faculty lectures from two Duke researchers who study the genes that make us uniquely human.