Filiano, Holley and Zhong Receive Funding from Translating Duke Health Initiative for Work in Immunology
Duke Symposium Brings Together Global Experts to Understand and Develop Treatments for Parkinson's Disease
Scientists from diverse training and backgrounds, including neurologists, basic scientists, environmental engineers, and psychiatrists gathered from around the world at the Washington Duke Inn this May to find new ways to treat, understand, and, eventually, cure Parkinson’s disease.
School of Medicine Establishes a ‘Learning Health System’ to Leverage Data Science Tools to Improve Research and Patient Care
Thanks to a successful first year of Translating Duke Health (TDH), twelve new faces have popped up around the School of Medicine’s labs, clinics and meeting rooms.
Just a year after its launch in September 2017, the Translating Duke Health Initiative has already funded 14 innovative pilot projects aimed at accelerating knowledge in cardiovascular disease, children’s health, brain metastasis, brain resilience, and immunology.