In December, Duke transplant surgeons performed the state’s and region’s first organ transplant from a deceased HIV-positive donor to an HIV-positive recipient.
Two Department of Medicine faculty members have been selected to receive 2018 Physician-Scientist “Strong Start” awards.
The School of Medicine created the awards program in 2016, funded with a gift from the Duke Endowment, to support promising, new physician-scientists at Duke as they develop independent research programs. Each recipient will receive $70,000 annually for three years to support their research programs. Five awards were funded this cycle.
Duke University will offer "Writing from the Reader's Perspective with Dr. George Gopen" on Wed., May 9, from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Bryan Center's Griffith Theater.
Listen to David Zaas, MD, MBA, tell his story about being diagnosed with leukemia and how important his family was to him during his treatment. Dr. Zaas told his story during the Department of Medicine's Voices of Medicine storytelling show in February 2018.
Nathan Gray, MD, has many talents. Not only is he a physician specializing in Palliative Care and Internal Medicine, he is also an amateur cartoonist. This time his work has been published in the most recent issue of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine's AAHPM Quarterly...
The Department of Medicine invites proposals for the Career Development (K) Bridge Funding Program, which provides support to junior faculty and fellows during the gap between fellowship and attainment of a career development award (CDA). Deadline for applications is April 15, 2018.