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John Harkey and Jonathan Levin have a 25-year friendship built on trust. “He’s on the very short list of people for whom I would do anything."
A Trusting Relationship
Although the term “eating disorders” is fairly common, it’s a bit misleading. That’s according to experts at Duke who say eating disorders are not...
$50K Gift Enables New Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...
In August 2020, the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences received a $50,000 unrestricted gift from an anonymous donor through the Rhode...
On The Inside
Emily Wang, MD’03, a professor in the Yale School of Medicine, explores the health effects that mass incarceration has on populations both inside and...
Navigating an Evolving Profession
In a lot of ways, Susan Blackwell (Crawford), MHS, PA-C’89, and the physician assistant profession have grown up together. They were born at roughly...
Stronger by the Day
Long an advocate for others with cancer, Nancy Wright is in the middle of her second battle with the disease. It has solidified her belief in Duke as...
Alumni Invents Disposable Intubation Drape
Tony Sandstrom, MSN’05, collaborated with PhD student Hideyo Tsumura, Health Innovation Lab and Center for Nursing Research for development and trial...