Joseph Lunyera lead a newly published study showing black patients at an increased risk of developing AKI after PCI.
The Jan. 19, 2021 session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured a discussion led by Jonathan Fischer, MD, "The Art and Science of Effective Family Meetings."
Palliative Care experts, Kristen Lakis, MDiv, MSW, LCSW; Rev. Artie Hendricks, MDiv, ThM, BCC; Tara Coleman, PA-C; and Delani Mann-Johnson, MD, weighed in for the diagnostic reasoning and discussion.
Michael Burt, MD, senior assistant resident in the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program, has been selected to serve as the Durham VA Medical Center Chief Resident for Quality and Safety (CRQS) for 2021-22.
Department of Medicine Fellows Research Retreat connects fellows with resources and support to launch research careers
The Department of Medicine recently held its annual Fellows Research Retreat, a virtual event for fellows with a focus on establishing research careers. 60 fellows and about 15 faculty and staff attended the January event.
The Jan. 12, 2021 session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured Ada Gregory, MA, associate director at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, presenting "Bystander Intervention: Microinterventions to Respond to Bias in Clinical Care."
Samira Musah, PhD, assistant professor of biomedical engineering and medicine (Nephrology), is one of 13 Duke scientists, including eight members of the Duke University School of Medicine, who appeared in a new list of 1,000 inspiring Black scientists in the United States. Cell Mentor, a blog and online resource for researchers, composed the list to showcase the contributions Black scientists make to the scientific community.