Rare pieces of code may serve as another way to control cellular machinery.
Patrick Smith is Associate Research Professor of Theological Ethics and Bioethics at Duke Divinity School. He also directs the bioethics program at the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities, and the History of Medicine.
This spring, 16 faculty members in the Duke University School of Medicine have been awarded distinguished professorships.
As health experts brace for a potential COVID-19 surge this fall and winter, Dr. Carol Epling shares insights on how to stay safe.
ELAM is a prestigious year-long fellowship aimed at expanding the national pool of outstanding women candidates for leadership in academic medicine, dentistry, public health and pharmacy. New this year, the ELH program will run concurrently with ELAM, with a tailored focus for executive health care leaders.
The microbes that help break down food actually tell the gut how to do its job better, according to a new study in mice at Duke.
Mahgul Mansoor conducted her thesis research on how the Coping Together program, a virtual family-strengthening program to help families in NC manage the increased levels of pandemic-related stress, is delivered and received.
Paul’s research at Duke emphasized the mechanisms used by enzymes that recognize and process rare sites in DNA.
Gloria Bass, MA, has been a part of the Duke Health family for 41 years, including 26 years at Duke Cancer Institute.
An abortion ban would create a broad swath of unnecessary health risks for women while also creating risk and reluctance for doctors who care for them, three Duke doctors said.