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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
Duke surgeons performing thyroid surgery
March 14, 2016

Need Your Thyroid Removed? Seek A Surgeon With 25+ Cases a Year

Photo credit: Shawn Rocco A new study from Duke Health suggests that patients who need to have their thyroid gland removed should seek surgeons who perform 25 or more thyroidectomies a year for the least risk of complications. Thyroidectomy is one of the most common operations performed in the U.S...Read more
Joshua Broder, MD
March 14, 2016

Josh Broder, MD, Awarded 2015-16 Coulter Translational Grant

Josh Broder, MD, was awarded a 2015-16 Coulter Translational Grant for his application, ‘Sensor-enabled ultrasound probes for volumetric image acquisition and interpretation: proof for concept in pediatric appendicitis’. This grant provides $100,000 for technology development for a new device.Read more