Mengyi (Miko) Liu first became interested in bioinformatics and computational biology during her sophomore year of college, when she learned about the depth and breadth of information those fie
Irene Abella, MSN, APRN, a Doctor of Nursing Practice student in the Duke University School of Nursing and a nurse practitioner at the Duke Sleep Disorders Center, had to read her acceptance letter
Duke Neurology D&I Committee members share their voices on inclusion, diversity, equity, and anti-racism
Last July the Duke Neurology Department's Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Committee began a project to amplify the voices of its community through writing.
As our Movement Disorders clinic’s newest clinical research coordinator, Tiffany Tran has what she sees as “the best of both worlds”: opportunities to interact with patients living with moveme
Kathryn Moore’s interest in neurology goes back to at least the 6th grade, when she used an apple slice to explain the basics of brain anatomy to her friends.
Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have been awarded funds from the National Institutes of Health to establish a prestigious Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (AD
Jody Feld, DPT, PhD, had her first exposure to physical therapy after a childhood athletic injury.
Members of the Duke Neurology Department contributed to seventeen peer-reviewed research studies published this August.
Duke University Hospital and Duke Raleigh Hospitals have received the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke 2021 Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.
As a medical student, Mohanad AlGaeed, MD, was fascinated by the way a simple neurological history and exam could allow doctors to localize a problem and make an appropriate diagnosis.