A key feature of the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis is an abrupt drop in blood pressure and body temperature, causing people to faint and, if untreated, poten
Gusa, Heitman, Jinks-Robertson, Magwene Collaboration Finds Warmer Climate Could Drive Fungi to Be More Dangerous to Humans
Pathogenic fungi (Candida, Aspergillus, Cryptococcus and others) are notorious killers of immune-compromised people.
Matsunami, de March Study Determines Ancient Humans Had Same Sense of Smell, But Different Sensitivities
Though we can’t really know what extinct human species perceived or preferred to eat, a new study from MGM's Hiroaki Matsunami and MGM alum Claire d
MGM's Melissa Palmer has joined the Duke School of Medicine (SoM) Web Advisory Council (WAC).
Asiya Gusa, PhD, has been selected to be a Whitehead Scholar for the next five years. The Whitehead family established a fund at Duke to support new assistant professors and their research.