The division of Gastroenterology is committed to supporting a culture of inclusiveness, diversity and equity.
Through our collaborative community of faculty, staff and trainees, our recruitment practices, and the respectful care of our patients, we strive to constantly uphold this commitment.
Please visit the following webpages for more information and resources:
- GI Diversity and Inclusion
- GI Women's Committee
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Department of Medicine
- Duke School of Medicine Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)
- The Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion also offers many learning opportunities as foundational elements for dismantling racism and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion for leaders in the School of Medicine.
Please reach out to Julius Wilder, MD, PhD, (Vice Chief, DEI) with any questions or concerns related to DEI in the division of Gastroenterology.
Sadye Currie, MD
Dr. Currie is a pioneer in medicine and gastroenterology. She is the first African American woman gastroenterologist in the United States. She trained at Duke as the first African American and was the first woman trainee at Duke.