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News Archive

June 8

Susanna Naggie named Vice Dean for Clinical Research for School of Medicine

Mary Klotman, MD, Dean, Duke University School of Medicine announced that Susanna Naggie, MD, has been named the new Vice Dean for Clinical Research for the Duke University School of . . .Learn More

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May 14

David Edelman honored with Department of Medicine Mentoring Award

CRTP Course Director and GIM Associate Professor of Medicine, David Edelman, MD, has been selected by Duke Department of Medicine Leadership as a recipient of the 2020 Department of Medicine . . .Learn More

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May 11

Hernandez named Vice Dean and Executive Director of Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI)

Adrian Hernandez, MD, was named Vice Dean and Executive Director of the Duke Clinical Research Institute in 2020. In this role, he provides visionary and strategic direction to the DCRI; . . .Learn More

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June 19

Study by Arif Kamal shows shortage of palliative care clinicians will increase over growing demand for services

Arif Kamal, MD, MHS is a 2015 CRTP Graduate Evan Myers, MD is CRTP Faculty and Course Director for      CRP 259 Decision Sciences in Clinical Research A study . . .Learn More

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June 14

Shah Named Associate Dean and Director of Duke Precision Genomics Collaboratory

The Duke School of Medicine announced that Svati Shah, MD, MHS, has been named Associate Dean of Genomics and Director of the Duke Precision Genomics Collaboratory. The collaboratory is a . . .Learn More

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June 10

Chatterjee + Dolor in NEJM publication

From the Duke SOM News Though vitamin D is crucial for bone health, there continues much debate about other health outcomes. Observational studies have suggested an association between a low . . .Learn More

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May 2

Study Suggests ICU Care May Be Overutilized in Stable STEMI Patients

by Fahad Alkhalfan, MD for Cardiology Now Jay S. Shavadia, MD is a 2018 CRTP Graduate A study led by Dr. Jay S. Shavadia published in Journal of the American . . .Learn More

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March 26

Harold G. Koenig, MD, MHSc to lead “The book of Life” End of Life Care training for Faith leaders and Physicians

  Nationally known authority on spirituality, health and loss, Harold G. Koenig, M.D., will lead “The Book of Life,” an all-day training conference to equip area faith leaders and medical . . .Learn More

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March 26

Some Heart Disease, A-Fib Patients on Combined Therapies Could Skip Aspirin

In a finding that suggests less is more, researchers led by the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) found that the drugs apixaban and clopidogrel — without aspirin — comprise the . . .Learn More

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February 14

Naggie named Associate Dean for Clinical Research Initiatives and Regulatory Affairs

Dean Mary Klotman recently announced that Susanna Naggie MD, associate professor of medicine and 2015 CRTP graduate will be named associate dean for clinical research initiatives and regulatory affairs for . . .Learn More

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December 28

Alumni in the news – Jorge Antonio Gutierrez, MD

Does the presence of polyvascular disease affect the risk of ischemic events, both cardiac and limb, and bleeding in patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD)?

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December 28

2018 December Graduates

514 and counting – 5 students, three from NIH and two from Duke complete their Masters degree in December 2018

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December 28

Simon Gregory moderates panel on Gene-Editing Human Embryos

Scientific uproar was the response when Dr. He Jainkui announced that he had created the world’s first babies genetically edited with CRISPER.

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