The Duke Office of Licensing and Ventures has recognized 31 women who are innovative, collaborative, forward-thinking, and strong leaders on the cutting edge of technology and therapeutics. Among them are five faculty from the Department of Medicine: Martha Adams, MD; Kim Blackwell, MD; Kathleen Cooney, MD; Jennifer Freedman, MD; and Lori Orlando, MD.
Congratulations to these General Internal Medicine faculty members who were recipients of research funding from July through September 2018:
The National Human Genome Research Institute, which is part of National Institutes of Health, has awarded two grants to Department of Medicine faculty that will total about $9 million over five years.
School of Medicine Office for Faculty Development has announced the next class in its ALICE program, a leadership development opportunity for mid-career women faculty in the School of Medicine. Seven participants in the next class are from the Department of Medicine.
A Duke study led by Lori Orlando, MD, looks at how more deliberate efforts to map a patient’s family tree could identify additional risks and drive patients to more timely screenings.
In his latest blog post, Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, mentions research by Geoff Ginsburg, Lori Orlando and othe