Congratulations to Anne Cherry, MD, on receiving a one-year, $50,000 grant for research aimed at identifying new interventions for a devastating complication in cardiac transplant patients.
Congratulations to Madan Kwatra, PhD, on receiving nearly $100,000 for a study that will test the efficacy of a specific class of drugs in the fight against glioblastoma.
In an Anesthesiology News article, Dr. Ashraf Habib shares insight about his study that prompted a department-wide protocol regarding analgesic needs of women with post-labor perineal lacerations.
A team of investigators aim to improve patient outcomes by evaluating the efficacy and safety of inotropic agent, levosimendan, in patients with left ventricular dysfunction undergoing cardiac surgery.
A new study at Duke reveals pre and postoperative anemia are significant predictors of postoperative acute kidney injury and is the first to examine outcomes of patients undergoing cardiac surgery.
Congratulations to William Maixner, DDS, PhD, on his new appointment in a society that aims to transform public policy and clinical practice to reduce pain-related issues.
Congratulations to Drs. Annemarie Thompson and Madhav Swaminathan on receiving $50,000 in funding for a project expected to have a significant impact on health care delivery and management.
As featured in The Chronicle, Dr. Padma Gulur explains her medical team’s new approach to achieve value-based health care at Duke Perioperative Pain Care and clinics nationwide.
Learn about Duke Perioperative Pain Care’s unique health care delivery model, aimed at improving patient outcomes, in an article that made headlines in Duke Today!
Duke University’s SoM climbs one spot to #7 among top medical schools for research in U.S. News & World Report’s newly released rankings of “Best Graduate Schools!”
Congratulations to Dr. Xin Zhang on receiving the Young Investigator Travel Award to present a poster about functional pain syndromes at the annual meeting of the American Pain Society!
Congratulations to Jaime Cooke on being selected as a nominee for the 2016 Susan B. Clark Administrative Leadership Award for her service to others and dedication to Duke.
In a “Quick Case Challenge,” Dr. Wolfgang Liedtke shares the story of a middle-aged woman suffering from stabbing, neuralgic pain and reveals the multiple interventions that treated her condition.
Congratulations to Katie Kanter on receiving a Duke 2017 Summer Neuroscience Program fellowship for her project, titled “Effects of MOR-1K Genetic Variation on Cellular Activity.”
A study from Dr. Sven-Eric Jordt’s lab identifies a protein in humans that serves as eucalyptol’s target to treat skin and lung inflammation which could lead to novel therapeutics.
Dr. Jeffrey Gadsden is awarded nearly $200,000 for a randomized and controlled clinical trial to further investigate the efficacy of oral versus intravenous formulation for postoperative pain.