Department's Research Poster Night highlights contributions from residents, fellows, and postdocs
Duke Neurology residents, fellows, postdoctoral researchers, and students had a chance show their contributions to neurology research this week. The Department’s third annual Resident, Fellow, and Postdoc Research poster night featured more than 20 posters highlighting advances in clinical, laboratory, and translational neurology. Topics ranged from the potential of using mitochondrial DNA damage as a blood-based biomarker for Parkinson’s disease to a case study of the cognitive difficulties faced by one bariatric surgery patient.
More than fifty people attended the event, which featured posters from fifteen residents, fellows, postdoctoral associates and students within the Neurology Department.