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Duke Science and Technology: Pyroptotic Cell Death
Duke's Ed Miao, MD, PhD, a professor in the Departments of Immunology, Molecular Genetics, and Biology, was the first to demonstrate that pyroptosis...
Pandemic Highlights Health Disparities
During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, confusion about the virus, how it spreads, and how to stop transmission was rampant. But one thing...
HOPE: Having Only Positive Expectations
In 2011, Katie Corun was in her third semester of nursing school in Maryland when she began having personality changes—moodiness and anger. Neither...
Beating the Odds
Nicole McGuinness was 29 in December 2015 when she woke up already an hour late for her government relations job. She had blood on her shirt, and her...
A Family Legacy for Duke Cancer
Ever since Duke Cancer Institute helped Meg Lindenberger survive breast cancer more than a decade ago, she and her husband, Bill, have been faithful...
Gift Establishes Inaugural Presidential Distinguished Chair
A $5 million gift from an anonymous donor has established the first Presidential Distinguished Chair at Duke University. The Duke Presidential...
The Drug Guy Changes Course
Breast cancer researcher Donald McDonnell, PhD, met his wife, Mary, in Maine for a week of vacation. Sitting at a secluded inn on Anne’s Point, McDon...