Daniella Zipkin, MD, GIM Associate Professor of Medicine, presented an online grand rounds for Mt Sinai Queens Hospital on Wednes
DeBaun will present, “Curing Sickle Cell Disease: The Good, the Bad and the Future.”
The award recognizes outstanding contributions in the mentoring and training of future rheumatologists.
From the Director
Last week of October/Doctober! ZaasFam had more traveling for kid soccer, big weekend of DukeFam reunion for a
DOM faculty Rasheed Gbadegesin, MD, and Christopher Kontos, MD, share the importance of training future physician-scientists
Faculty New to the Department of Medicine - October 1, 2021, through October 1, 2022
Valerie Keck, FNP-C, is a nurse practitioner at the Duke Outpatient Clinic (DOC) who specializes in primary care for the under-served community.
Medicine Faculty, Adrian Hernandez, MD, and Susanna Naggie, MD, are leading the trial being facilitated through the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI)
Arif Kamal, MD, HS’12, MHS’15, is highlighted as an alumni of the Duke University School of Medicine for his engagement and role with the American Cancer Society
For decades, medical cancer treatment has generally meant chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery, alone or in combination. But things are changing rapidly. Today, new approaches such as immunotherapies and targeted therapies are becoming available, with many more in research and development. In many cases, the new treatments are more effective, with fewer side effects.