Duke researchers in both basic science and clinical departments are engaged in a wide range of basic science research, studying cell biology, immunology, neurobiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, microbiology, and genetics in organisms from bacteria to human.
Duke offers a collaborative research environment where scientists at all levels work to address scientific problems of fundamental importance. To foster the success of its investigators, Duke University School of Medicine offers a variety of core facility services, seminar series, and professional development programs.
- Basic Science Departments
- Office of Biomedical Graduate Education
- Duke Office of Postdoctoral Services