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October 02, 2019

Machine Learning Predicts Behavior of Biological Circuits

Neural networks cut modeling times of complex biological circuits to enable new insights into their inner workings

artist rendition of microbiology in action inside a cell

September 30, 2019

New Duke Center Takes Aim at the Dark Genome

Spanning Duke University and Duke Health, the Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies will use homegrown tools and techniques to discover potential therapies for human diseases from autism to cancer to schizophrenia

Warren Grill

September 26, 2019

Duke Teams Earn NIH Funding as Part of National Effort to Combat Opioid Crisis

More than $24 million in funding is part of the Helping to End Addiction Long-term Initiative

Data Dialogue: Peter Baumgartner (RTI)

11:45 am to 12:45 pm Gross Hall 103

Presenter: Peter Baumgartner (RTI)

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Media Coverage

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Science Magazine | September 27, 2019

Beyond CRISPR: What’s Current and Upcoming in Genome Editing

Featuring Charles Gersbach

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers | September 25, 2019

Low-Cost 3D-Printed Optical Scanner Could Prevent Blindness

Featuring Adam Wax

Fierce Biotech | September 24, 2019

New CRISPR Approach Could Improve Gene and Cell Therapies

Featuring Charles Gersbach

Duke BME Magazine

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The Alumni Issue | Featured Content

Making the Next Wave of Imaging Tools for Cancer Diagnosis

Motivated by her mother’s death from breast cancer, Muyinatu Bell (Duke BME PhD’12) is now advancing medical imaging as a faculty member at Johns Hopkins

Engineering Solutions to Foodborne Illness

Christine Schindler and Dutch Waanders's startup PathSpot aims to make restaurant kitchens cleaner, and safer, for consumers

Oh, the Places Grads Go

Whether their career ladders lead to industry, academia or entrepreneurship, Duke BME gives PhD students a leg up on post-grad life

Personalizing the Master's Degree

Duke BME’s MS and MEng programs enable students to customize their learning experience and chase down opportunities

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