Basic Science Research
Duke researchers in the 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 and inclusive research environment where scientists at all levels work to address fundamental scientific problems. 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.
Personalized research portal that enables members of the research community to manage their research portfolio by consolidating tools and information in one place