A team of scientists, including Duke Anesthesiology’s Dr. Wei Yang, discover a molecule that may reduce stroke-induced brain damage as highlighted in a newly-published study in The FASEB Journal.
Congratulations to Ashley Grantham, PhD, and her team of investigators on receiving $5,000 in funding aimed at improving health professions education through innovative approaches to instruction and assessment.
Congratulations to Drs. Dinesh Kurian, Kendall Smith, Christina Pedro and their faculty support on receiving grants for their winning projects in the Duke GME High Value Care Quality Improvement Competition.
Dr. Nate Waldron, a critical care medicine fellow, presents research at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions about the use of a neurotoxin, commonly marketed as Botox, to prevent postoperative AFib.
In a “Focus on Leadership” article published in this year’s newly-released edition, Madhav Swaminathan, MD, FASE, FAHA, discusses his strategies for incorporating new American Society of Echocardiography guidelines into practice (see page 6).
A research collaboration between Duke Anesthesiology and Duke Cell Biology reveals that the dysfunction of intricate astrocyte cells may underlie devastating diseases like autism, schizophrenia and epilepsy.