Our Mission

Educating the next generation of researchers and health providers in genomics and precision medicine is part of the fabric of our values at the Duke Center for Precision Medicine. From post-doctoral training programs in genomic research to undergraduate individual and team projects and summer programs, we are committed to providing extraordinary mentorship and educational experiences to future genomic researchers, educators, and clinicians. 

Susanne Haga, PhD is the Co-Director of the Genomic Medicine Post-doctoral Training Program and oversees the educational mission of the Duke Precision Medicine Program.

Post doc in lab

Duke Post-Doctoral Training in Genomic Medicine Research Program provides training in a fast-growing field marked by the advent of new technologies, increased use of clinical genomic medicine, and large-scale federally- and privately-funded research efforts.

undergraduate guidance

The Duke Precision Medicine Program is pleased to work with undergraduate students interested in gaining first-hand experience about applied genomics and precision medicine. Programs, such as the Snyderman Scholars and Summer Scholars in Genome Sciences & Medicine, are available.

Precision Medicine Forum

The Duke Precision Medicine Program Forum Series features speakers from Duke and beyond working on innovative research in clinical, translational, and basic sciences. The forum is open to attendees internal and external to Duke. 

2024 Resident Match Day: Duke Welcomes Its Newest Intern Class

The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program and the Duke Department of Medicine congratulate newly matched medical students who participated in the 2024 National Resident Matching Program. We are excited to welcome our new residents.

Veterans Day MGR Focuses on the Health Care Experience of Veterans

The Department of Medicine’s partnership with the Durham VA Health Care System, the work our faculty and staff do there to care for patients, and the biomedical research they conduct shed important light on health care issues relevant to veterans. This year’s annual Veterans Day Medicine Grand Rounds, The Veterans Experience, addresses some of these critical topics.  

Duke Medicine Expands Advocacy Curriculum to Include Fellows

Health care providers play a crucial role in medical advocacy, and the Duke Department of Medicine is meeting a need for these physicians’ voices by expanding the scope of medical advocacy training to include fellows as well as residents. 

Transformational Leader Quinn Capers, MD, to Deliver June 16 Greenfield Lecture

Academic medicine transformation leader Quinn Capers, IV, MD, the Rody P. Cox Professor of Internal Medicine (Cardiology) and associate dean for faculty diversity at the University of Texas Southwest School of Medicine, will deliver the June 16 Greenfield lecture with a talk entitled “Diversifying the Physician Workforce – Why We Can’t Wait.” 

The event will be held in person only beginning at 8 a.m. in Duke North, 2002. Breakfast will be served outside of the room starting at 7:45am.