This is a follow-up to the post on February 16, 2015 entitled, “Three New Duke Investigators Receive CTSA-Sponsored KL2 Career Development Awards”
March 10, 2015
Terrence Allen, MD, is a latecomer to bench research.
He has spent more than a decade honing clinical skills during internships and fellowships in Jamaica, the U.K., and the U.S. and as a faculty member at Duke since 2008. As an anesthesiologist focusing on women’s health, he has encountered first-hand the high costs – emotionally, physically and financially — of preterm births. A few years ago, he began studying the molecular mechanisms of preterm birth in the hope of finding ways to prevent it.
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