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Awards - grants

Fudim receives the Mario Family Foundation Award

May 13, 2018
Marat Fudim, MD , cardiovascular disease fellow, will receive the 2018 Mario Family Foundation Award , which supports junior investigators in training to make the transition to become independent scientists and planning for their first extra-mural funding.
Awards - honors

Myles Wolf awarded distinguished professorship

May 3, 2018
​Myles Wolf, MD, M.Med.Sc. , professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Nephrology, was one of five faculty in the School of Medicine to be awarded a distinguished professorship.
Awards - grants

2 from Medicine receive 2018 Strong Start Awards

April 4, 2018
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.

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