Publication From Coers Lab, MGM Collaborators Selected as "Editor's Choice" by The Scientist
A team of Duke researchers, led by MGM graduate student Stephen Walsh and his advisor Jörn
Silver and Lowe Present at Dean's Distinguished Research Series
MGM's Debby Silver and Craig Lowe have been selected to give the Faculty Lec
Maggie Morash and Matt Tillman Awarded NIH Fellowships
Two members of John Rawls’ lab were recently awarded NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein Individual NRSA Fellowships.
Lowe-Silver-Reddy Collaboration Identifies "Human Ancestor Quickly Evolved Regions" (HAQERS)
A team of Duke researchers led by MGM's Riley Mangan has identified a group of human DNA sequences driving changes in brain development, dige
Hannah Brown and Marnus du Plooy Receive MMSA Travel Awards
Two of Dr Andrew Alspaugh's trainees have been named fall/winter (Medical Mycological Society of the Americas) MMSA tra
Matsunami and Collaborators Propose Unifying Theory of Musk
The human brain registers at least four classes of compounds as the scent we call musk. Structurally, these compounds look nothing alike, yet they smell the same: gamy, rich, and leathery.
Kishnani Receives 2022 North Carolina Award for Science
Priya Kishnani received one of North Carolina’s highest civilian honors, the North Carolina Award, on November 15 for her contributio
Rawls and Miao Among Duke's Most-Cited Scholars
John Rawls and Ed Miao appear on the list of most cited researchers, as compile