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Surgeons implant a bioengineered vein
May 12, 2016

Bioengineered Blood Vessel Appears Safe for Dialysis Patients

Man-made blood vessels developed by researchers at Duke University, Yale University and the tissue engineering company Humacyte appear to be both safe and more durable than commonly used synthetic versions in patients undergoing kidney dialysis, the researchers report. The findings, published May...Read more
Josh Broder, MD, Holds Master Clinician/Teacher Award with Edward Buckley, MD
May 12, 2016

Joshua Broder, MD, Receives Master Clinician/Teacher Award

Congratulations to Joshua Broder, MD, Division of Emergency Medicine, for receiving a Master Clinician/Teacher Award from the Duke School of Medicine. The Master Clinician/Teacher Awards honor individuals with superlative accomplishment and service in the areas of clinical care and teaching. Awards...Read more
American Surgical Association Logo
May 6, 2016

Duke Surgeons Elected to American Surgical Association

Congratulations to Allan Kirk, MD, PhD, Shelley Hwang, MD, Sanziana Roman, MD, and Jeffrey Lawson, MD, PhD, who were elected into the American Surgical Association and to Ted Pappas, MD, who was elected Vice President of the association. The American Surgical Association is the oldest and most...Read more
Durham Nativity School students use one of the surgical simulators in the SEAL lab
April 14, 2016

Durham Nativity School Students Participate in Surgical Skills Workshop

Durham Nativity School students recently visited the Surgical Education and Activities Lab (SEAL) for a unique, hands-on workshop as part of an educational outreach program from the Department of Surgery. Led by Dr. Linda Cendales, the Academic Success Through Surgical Education and Training (ASSET...Read more