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

June 25, 2019

"You come to Duke as a trainee or student, and you have the opportunity to live in both worlds — technology and medicine."

Mary Klotman

2019 Request for Applications: Breakthrough Research initiative to Develop Global Entrepreneurs (BRiDGE)

June 18, 2019

Applications accepted on a rolling basis for the January to November 2019 cycle. BRiDGE engages Duke faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students to support the launch of new companies (NewCos) with the goal of developing a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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.

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

May 20, 2019

Sickle Cell Disease: Is it really a neurological disorder that involoves red cells? Speaker: Thomas D. Coates, M.D., Section Head, Hematology

Funding Opportunity: Science & Engineering and Medical Research Programs -- Phase I

May 20, 2019

Duke University is seeking cutting-edge science, engineering, and medical research projects to consider for presentation to the W.M. Keck Foundation. Because Keck will accept a maximum of two proposals from the university (one each in science/engineering and medical research), we are conducting an internal review process to identify and select competitive ideas.

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 cardiovascular health to disease and/or facilitate the return to health.

MEDx Investigator Michael Rubinstein one of three Duke scientists to receive Royal Society of Chemistry Award

May 8, 2019

Rubinstein received the Soft Matter & Biophysical Chemistry Award in recognition of his physiochemical insights into soft matter behavior relevant to respiratory disfunction.

Looking for a REMedy

May 2, 2019

REMedy, a 2019 - 2020 Bass Connections team, aims to help patients sleep better in the hospital. The team initially formed during the 2019 Triangle Health Innovation Challenge (THInC).

Duke engineering school creates dean for entrepreneurship post

April 23, 2019

Ken Gall, MEDx associate director, has been appointed Duke Engineering’s first associate dean for entrepreneurship, effective June 1, 2019.

Ken Gall headshot