The image shows the vasculature of the brain, and the colors illuminate how capillaries experience varying levels of oxygenation as the brain undergoes hypoxia. Featured

May 18, 2022

Using Light and Sound to Reveal Rapid Brain Activity in Unprecedented Detail

Duke researchers use a combination of hardware innovations and machine learning algorithms to create the fastest photoacoustic imaging tool available

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May 20, 2022

NAE Grand Challenges Scholar Program Recognized with Gordon Prize

The National Academy of Engineering recognized the program's innovative approach to engineering education

Cynthia Toth, left, and Joe Izatt of Duke University

May 19, 2022 | Duke Eye Center

Physician-Engineer Collaborators Talk Team Science at Major Ophthalmic Conference

Duke Opthalmologist Cynthia Toth and Biomedical Engineer Joseph Izatt told the ARVO 2022 audience about how their 20 years of intense teamwork across multiple disciplines has positively impacted ophthalmic research

Ashutosh Raman

May 17, 2022 | Duke Graduate School

Ashutosh Raman, Duke Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student, Wins Tau Beta Pi Fellowship

Supports Raman's research on smart surgical devices for brain cancer and other delicate procedures

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May 11, 2022

Duke's Inaugural Class of A. James Clark Scholars Graduate With Rave Reviews

The intensive undergraduate scholarship program launched at Duke in 2018 focuses on leadership, service, and business and entrepreneurship

Duke Class of 2022

May 08, 2022

Duke Engineering Celebrates the Class of 2022

Dean Jerome P. Lynch challenged the newest Duke Engineers to make the world more resilient and more just

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May 05, 2022

The Student Experience: Research Intensives

Gifted with curiosity and an independent nature? The Pratt Research Fellows program might be right up your alley

Genevieve Fouda, MD, PhD

May 03, 2022 | Duke MEDx News

Teamwork: A Duke Engineer, a Duke Medical Scientist and the Search for an HIV Vaccine

Duke School of Medicine's Genevieve Fouda and Duke Engineering's Joel Collier formed a powerful research partnership

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April 27, 2022 | Bass Connections

Senior Spotlight: Reflections from the Duke Class of 2022

Ten graduating seniors share what taking part in collaborative, interdisciplinary research has meant to them

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April 25, 2022 | MEDx News

MD + Master of Engineering: Bridging the Gap at Duke

Med students gained technical and problem-solving skills in Duke's innovative Doctor of Medicine-Master of Engineering dual-degree program

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April 21, 2022

COVID-19 Can Infect and Damage Human Kidney Cells

Duke researchers showed that SARS-CoV-2 can infect kidney cells via multiple binding sites and hijack the cell’s machinery to replicate, causing injury and COVID-19-associated kidney disease