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DOM-RA staff to raise money for childhood cancer charity

June 12, 2018

On Friday, June 8, the staff of the Department of Medicine Research Administration (DOM-RA) held a lemonade stand, bake sale, and raffle for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation's annual "Lemonade Days."  

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2018 GIM philanthropic giving

June 12, 2018

Learn more about the four generous philanthropic gifts that GIM recently received to l help accelerate our Division

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Duke's Interventional Pulmonology Program featured on Duke Today

June 12, 2018

Duke's Interventional Pulmonology Program was recently featured on Duke Today. Read more about the team.

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Internal Medicine Residency News, June 11, 2018

June 11, 2018

Catch up with the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program by reading the weekly newsletter for June 11, 2018.

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Bowlby on pain management panel

June 10, 2018

Dr. Lynn Bowlby presents at pain management panel discussion.

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Webb presents international grand rounds

June 10, 2018

Jason Webb, MD, presented an online international grand rounds for Health4TheWorld on Friday, June 8.

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CITI Program and iRIS (IRB) Interface Information

June 9, 2018

With the implementation of the iRIS system, there is now a direct interface between the CITI Training System and the iRIS System utilized by the DUHS IRB.

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New funding awards - May 2018

June 8, 2018

The following faculty received funding awards in May 2018.

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Carlson + Patel honored with teaching awards

June 8, 2018

At Duke Medicine Grand Rounds on June 8, two GIM faculty members were honored with teaching awards

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Strong Start award gives Phuong Doan the chance to ask high-risk, high-reward questions

June 8, 2018
By By Mary-Russell Roberson

Phuong Doan, MD, assistant professor of medicine (Hematalogic Malignancies and Cellular Therapy), is not one of those physicians who always knew she wanted to do research. “I consider myself more of a late bloomer,” she says. “What shaped my decision to go into research is a combination of my interactions with patients and mentors--both accidental and intentional--that I met along the way.”

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