It has been 40 years since Randall Moorman, MD, had his best year as a doctor, during his intern year at Duke University Hospital. “While I have been lucky and stumbled upon success professionally in a number of ways, including being Chief Resident at Duke, I have said a jillion times that my intern year was my greatest professional effort, followed by my JAR year,” said Dr. Moorman.
Duke Institute for Health Innovation has announced the next emerging ideas and innovation funding cycle for demonstration pilots. The deadline for submitting applications is 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, 2018.
Joseph Rogers, MD, interim chair of the Department of Medicine, has notified four Medicine faculty that they will receive funding under the new Chair’s Pilot Project Grants in Health Data Science.
Norman “Winn” Seay, MD, is the 2018-2019 chief resident for internal medicine at Duke Regional Hospital and for Ambulatory Medicine. Dr. Seay is a graduate of Duke University and received his MD at Harvard Medical School.