The Duke Division of Geriatrics is internationally recognized for its research and education programs, and our geriatrics services provide the most advanced and compassionate elder care available.

The Duke Division of Geriatrics is internationally recognized for its research and education programs and has a long history of successful development and implementation of novel approaches to the care of geriatric patients.

Division faculty lead the Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development (Duke Aging Center), an all-university program with over 150 affiliated faculty members from a broad spectrum of departments. Learn more.

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The Duke Geriatric Fellowship Program trains physicians to become excellent investigators and clinician-educators in geriatrics and gerontology, and to serve as national leaders in the field.

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Three faculty members from the Department of Medicine have been awarded distinguished professorships, the highest honor the university can bestow upon a member of the faculty. The appointments are effective on July 1, 2022.

The Department of Medicine is delighted to announce the winning Chair’s Research Awards proposals for 2022.