Research News

Dr. Martucci Named a Research Incubator Award Recipient

Congratulations to Katherine Martucci, PhD, on receiving a 2022 Research Incubator Award from the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences to study how opioid medications change brain activity in patients with chronic pain.

In Remembrance of Dr. David S. Warner

It is with profound sadness that we inform you about the passing of a beloved member of our Duke Anesthesiology family and one of Duke’s most distinguished faculty, Dr. David S. Warner. He passed away on December 5 at the age of 68.

Announcing the 2022 DIG Recipients

Congratulations to Drs. Lisa Einhorn and Shad Smith on being named the newest DREAM Innovation Grant (DIG) recipients for their innovative projects involving pediatric perioperative pain and innate healing processes.

In Remembrance of Dr. William Maixner

It is with profound sadness that we inform you about the passing of a beloved member of our Duke Anesthesiology family, William “Bill” Maixner, DDS, PhD. He passed away on November 2 at the age of 68 after battling an illness. Duke flags were lowered on November 4 in honor of his life and legacy.

Duke Anesthesiology Awarded Program Project Grant

The National Institutes of Health awards Duke Anesthesiology a Program Project Grant ($8.5 million) for the first time in 40 years and designates its Center for Translational Pain Medicine as a Center of Excellence.

Introducing the 2020 DREAM Innovation Grant Recipients

Congratulations to Drs. Andrey Bortsov, Katherine Martucci and Mary Yurashevich on receiving a DIG at this year’s Duke Anesthesiology ASA Alumni Event for their cutting-edge research. Learn more about them and the focus of their DIG projects.

That’s a Wrap! Highlights from ASA 2019

From another first place finish at Run For The Warriors to the reveal of the 2020 DREAM Innovation Grant recipients, it was another successful ASA meeting for Duke Anesthesiology! View the complete recap from Orlando.

Faculty Complete the Escape Room Challenge

This year's new global health fundraiser, the Escape Room Challenge, raised a total of $4,520. All funds raised directly support our residents' mission trips abroad, covering the cost of their travel, vaccinations and more.