MEDx Café

10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

An informal time to meet with MEDx leadership to learn more about MEDx, an initiative between the School of Medicine and Pratt School of Engineering, held every other week at NOSH (1st floor, Trent Semans Center) or Twinnie's (1st floor, FCIEMAS). For more information, contact Kelly Long.

Thursday, October 26

Genomic and Precision Medicine Weekly Forum -- Engineering Brain Tumor Therapies

12:00 pm | Bryan Research 103 | Add to calendar »

Presenter: Ravi Bellamkonda

Ravi Bellamkonda is the Vinik Dean of the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University. Prior to becoming dean, Bellamkonda served as the Wallace H. Coulter Professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University. He is committed to fostering transformative research and pedagogical innovation as well as programs that create an entrepreneurial mindset amongst faculty and students.

Thursday, October 26

Imaging the Skin: New Approaches to study pathogenesis and diagnosis in Skin

5:30 pm | Trent Semans Center, Classroom 3 | Add to calendar »

MEDx is pleased to sponsor the Imaging the Skin Colloquia. This event will host Mark Palmeri, MD, PhD; Peter Hollender, PhD; and A Rambi Cardones, MD; giving a talk on "Quantifying Skin Elasticity Using Ultrasound: A New Method for Tracking Graft-Versus-Host-Disease." Refreshments will be provided.

Wednesday, November 15

Duke-MEDx presents "Engineering Vaccines Colloquium"

3:00 pm | Trent Semans Center for Health Education - Great Hall | Add to calendar »

Duke MEDx is sponsoring this interdepartmental Colloquium in order to stimulate new opportunities and new collaborations in Immune Engineering and vaccine-related research at Duke. Abstract Deadline : October 28We are currently accepting abstract submissions from all Graduate (PhD and MD-PhD) Students and Postdocs¿ **Poster Abstracts/Presentations from previous meetings are acceptable!¿ *$100 Gift card for 1st place and $50 for 2nd & 3rd place posters¿ *Submitted abstracts should reflect [...]