Before coming to Duke, Steve Polack worked at an psychiatric hospital for children and adolescents, where he saw first-hand the urgent need for care in this area a
Sharon Fekrat, MD, FASRS, sees the retina, the lining of the eye that translates visual signals from the eye into what the brain perceives as sight, as both
The challenges of providing healthcare go far beyond diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment.
Our first “Spotlight” interview of Epilepsy Awareness Month shines on Chloe O’Brien, RN, one of the nurses in the epilepsy pod of our 1L Clinic.
As an undergraduate, Alyssa Ho, MS, found herself drawn to neuroscience both by her intellectual desire to understand the workings of the brain and by her co
While Dellila Hodgson’s primary duties involve overseeing experiments in the lab of Ornit Chiba-Falek, PhD, Hodgson considers herself a teacher at heart.
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Whether he’s diagnosing the problem behind a malfunctioning desktop computer or maintaining the integrity of a decade’s worth of lab data, IT Analyst Ryan Aa