News & Updates

Feb. 26, 2020
B&B Faculty Michael Pencina and Sheng Luo recently discussed the design of two new Phase 3 clinical trials testing a potential treatment for coronavirus. Both Dr. Pencina and Dr. Luo are affiliated with the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI). Sheng Luo, PhD, explained that remdesivir, the treatment being tested in...
Feb. 13, 2020
How accurate are our wearable devices? There have been news reports that Fitbits and other wearable devices that track exercise and heart rate might not be as accurate depending on the skin tone of the wearer and also the type of activity and device. Faculty Jessilyn Dunn with Biomedical Engineering...
Feb. 4, 2020
Dr. Huang has served as Co-Director since Duke Forge’s inception in 2017. D uke Forge is located in the School of Medicine and serves as the center for actionable health data science, uniting experts from across the campus. He also serves as Director of Duke Crucible and Assistant Dean for...
Jan. 10, 2020
Update: Given the evolving public concerns regarding COVID 19 and the potential travel uncertainties the leadership team has decided to postpone the annual Symposium until August 26-28. Registration is now open to sign up for the Annual Duke Industry Statistics Symposium. This year's theme is: "Emerging Clinical Initiatives in Plarmaceutical...
Jan. 2, 2020
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty Development recently announced the 2020 participants in its ALICE program , a yearlong leadership development program for mid-career women faculty in leadership roles. Maren Olsen is the first faculty member from the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics to be chosen for this program...

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