On July 1, Zainab Samad, MBBS, MHS, associate professor of medicine (Cardiology), will become the first chairwoman of the Department of Medicine at Aga Khan University in Pakistan, her alma mater.
The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program is now accepting applications for the chief resident for quality improvement and patient safety (CRQS) position for the 2019-20 academic year. Applications are due by June 3, 2018.
On a busy day early in her career in her hepatology clinic, Carla Brady, MD, associate professor of medicine (Gastroenterology), entered the exam room to meet a new patient referred to her for Hepatitis C management.
The patient, a young mother who was pregnant with her second child, pulled out her cell phone and showed Brady a photo of her 3-year-old child.
“She said to me, ‘I want to show you a picture so that I can give you a face to put with the reason as to why I’m sitting here in front of you in the clinic,” said Brady. “I thought to myself, ‘this is validation for what I really, really want to do and that’s taking care of pregnant women with liver disorders.’”
As a way to recognize outstanding effort in general medicine research or quality improvement by a resident during training, the Division of General Internal Medicine held its very first Resident Research Award Luncheon on Monday, May 21.
"I really wanted to recognize residents that are...
Duke CTSI will host an information session on funding opportunities and resources from NC Biotech Center, Duke CTSI Accelerator, and Duke Office of Licensing and Ventures on Thur., June 7, 3:30-5:30 p.m. in Nanaline H. Duke Building, Room 147.