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The Duke Department of Medicine (DOM) is pleased to announce the Loan Repayment Program to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in Medicine (LRP

The March 8, 2022, session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured Julius Wilder, MD, PhD, Kimberley Evans, Aimee Zaas, MD, John Duronville, MD

As Black History Month comes to a close and March ushers in Women's History Month, Professor of Medicine, 

The February 8, 2022, session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured Bryan C. Batch, MD, MHS, Nia S.

The June 29, 2021 session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured a presentation led by Kathleen Cooney, MD, MACP, "Embedding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into the Culture, Training, and Healthcare of the Department of Medicine." Cooney was joined by co-presenters, Genzton Hall, MD, PhDKimberley Evans, MD, Julius Wilder, MD, PhD, Jane Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA, John Duronville, MD, and Daniella Zipkin, MD.

Congratulations to the faculty from the Department of Medicine who were selected as winners of the inaugural 2021 DCRI/DIHI Innovation Campfire season. 

28 faculty from the School of Medicine, including 9 faculty from the Department of Medicine, have been selected for the School of Medicine's 2021 Duke Clinical Leadership Program cohort.

Julius Wilder, MD, PhD, will serve as vice chair of the Minority Recruitment and Retention Committee focusing on Black faculty.

Three Department of Medicine faculty and one trainee have received funding from the Duke Center for Research to Advance Health Equity.

Julius Wilder, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (Gastroenterology), will speak at a screening of the documentary, “The Precious Gift of Life,” on Wed., Oct. 24, from 5:30-8 p.m. at Full Frame Theater. 

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