Gabriel Torrealba-Acosta, MD, hadn’t thought much about neurology until his final year of medical school, when a trusted mentor’s enthusiasm convinced him to
This week’s Spotlight interview shines on Elizabeth Roberts, NP-C, the newest member of our APP Residency Program.
Sally You, DO, had been interested in the brain and consciousness since childhood, but in medical school she wanted a practice where she could continue to address
Managing the nursing staff, projects, and schedules for the Neuro Intensive Care and Step Down Units in Duke University Hospital (DUH), brings personal and l
This week’s Spotlight interview shines on Rebecca Murphy, a licensed practical nurse within the Neuro Spine and Stepdown Unit of Duke Central Tower.
Neurocritical care units (Neuro ICUs) have to be equipped to help patients with complex, urgent conditions or injuries at a moment’s notice.
Caitlyn Mooneyham Gallagher, FNP, first decided to pursue nursing when a friend talked her into considering the field.
Candace Moody, PA-C, didn’t know what a physician assistant (PA) was until college, but an interest group meeting turned her on to the scope and flexibility
The Duke Neurology Department continued to build on its success in the second half of 2022.