Bass Connections RFP for 2022-2023 Project Teams

October 6, 2021

Bass Connections is now seeking proposals for year-long, team-based research projects that engage faculty, undergraduates, and graduate/professional students in the interdisciplinary exploration of complex societal challenges. Funding ranges from $5,000 to $25,000. Deadline is Nov. 1, 2021.

Jerome Lynch Named New Dean of Pratt School of Engineering

September 2, 2021

University of Michigan chair is nationally known for developing smart technologies to improve civil infrastructure systems.

Jerome Lynch

MEDx Investigator, Michael Rubinstein, part of MONET team

September 1, 2021

NSF creates polymer chemistry optimization center at Duke for future materials.

MONET team

iMED Brings Engineering Innovation to Medicine Through the Power of Graduate Students

July 9, 2021

Student group iMED welcomes graduate students from all walks of life

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Thexa Technologies: Using Cutting Edge Innovation to Improve Sanitation Health Practices

July 7, 2021

Company turns seed funding from MEDx and Duke CTSI into a funding opportunity through Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).

Man in airport

Duke MEDX-BME Medical Device Design Request for Proposals

July 1, 2021

Are you a Duke clinician with a device idea? Duke's Biomedical Engineering students want to design it for you! Find out more and apply today.

Student observes medical device

MEDx Thanks Associate Director Ken Gall

July 1, 2021

MEDx thanks Associate Director Ken Gall, PhD, who has been instrumental in the intellectual and strategic development of MEDx over the last five years.

Ken Gall, PhD

MEDx is pleased to announce 2021 Fall Distinguished Lecturer

June 17, 2021

Nobel Laureate and genetic trailblazer Jennifer Doudna, PhD, will join Duke Engineering and Medicine students, staff, faculty, and trainees for the MEDx 2021 Distinguished Lecture October 26, 4-5 p.m. EST.

Jennifer Doudna, PhD

New Funding Opportunity: MEDx High-Risk High-Impact Challenge

June 15, 2021

Early-stage projects investigating novel ideas that are unlikely to receive funding from traditional funding agencies without preliminary data are strongly encouraged.