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
Palmer Joins School of Medicine Web Advisory Council
MGM's Melissa Palmer has joined the Duke School of Medicine (SoM) Web Advisory Council (WAC).
Gusa Named Whitehead Scholar
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.
Luftig Co-PI on Duke NIH Grant to Prep Students for Graduate and Medical Programs
Duke has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a one-year postbaccalaureate program for students interested in pursuing a PhD or MD/PhD in the biomedical sciences a
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.