MEDx Reflects: Exploring the medicine and engineering intersection with Dean Mary Klotman

June 25, 2019

Mary Klotman, M.D., Dean of the Duke School of Medicine and Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, is an accomplished clinician and scientist. Her research interests are focused on the molecular pathogenesis of Human Immunodeficiency Virus 1 (HIV-1) infection. As Dean, Klotman works with a leadership [..]

Accelerate Series for Life Science and Technology

June 4, 2019

The Council for Entrepreneurial Development is offering a new program that focuses on exploring the critical skills needed to grow and scale companies. Accelerate Series for Life Science and Technology Companies will be led by industry experts in a high-paced interactive format. Throughout the week [..]

Interdisciplinary Sickle Cell Colloquia - Pain & Fear: A Mechanistic Link to Vasoconstriction

May 20, 2019

The Darryl Smith and Gail Aiken Interdisciplinary Sickle Cell Colloquia Pain & Fear: A Mechanistic Link to Vasoconstriction Sickle Cell Disease: Is it really a neurological disorder that involoves red cells? Thursday, June 6, 20194 - 5 P.M.Duke University School of Nursing, Room 1140 Speaker: [..]

Request for Proposals: Translating Duke Health Cardiovascular Disease Initiative

May 20, 2019

Duke Health is excited to announce a request for innovative pilot project proposals for high risk/high impact research in the area of the heart and disease. The intent of this RFP is to support one to four pilot projects that help us better understand how to prevent the transition from [..]

Looking for a REMedy

May 2, 2019

Engineering Biology for Medicine Conference: May 19 - 22

May 1, 2019

Duke University's Biomedical Engineering Department, Nature Biomedical Engineering, and Nature Medicine present: Engineering Biology for Medicine May 19-22, 2019 Fitzpatrick Center, Durham, NC, USA Breakthrough discovery and invention often emerge at the interface between disciplines. For basic [..]