Tuberculosis is usually encountered as a disease of the lungs, but in 2% of cases in the US it can also be found in the bones.
World-renowned Pompe disease expert Priya Sunil Kishnani was a member of the multi-national team involved in
At the annual ASHG meeting in Los Angeles in October, the MGM Division of Human Genetics hosted a Duke Alumni Reception.
Nicholas Heaton, PhD, and Duke colleagues are working to develop a universal flu vaccine that would last much longer than the current annual flu vaccines, even if the virus mutates.
Ko and Colleagues Develop New Tool to Identify Human Genetic Determinants of Infectious Disease Outcomes
Viruses affect different people differently. Some people get dangerously, even fatally, sick while others infected with the same virus barely feel a thing.
Lawrence David, PhD, has been named the recipient of a