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Faculty Spotlight: Neil Prose, MD

July 12, 2019
This week's Spotlight shines on Neil Prose, MD , professor of dermatology and pediatrics and research professor for the Duke Global Health Institute. He has a lifelong interest in teaching empathic communication skills and has conducted numerous seminars and workshops. He played a vital role in...Read more

Chung appointed to AAP Committee on Adolescence

July 12, 2019
Richard Chung, MD , associate professor of internal medicine and pediatrics and director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine program, was recently appointed to serve on the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Committee on Adolescence. ​The AAP Committee on Adolescence addresses the special...Read more

Rehder elected to The Beryl Institute's Physician Council

July 12, 2019
The Beryl Institute recently introduced its inaugural Physician Council, including Kyle Rehder, MD , associate professor of pediatrics in the Division of Critical Care Medicine and physician quality officer of Duke University Health System. The council represents a group of professionals committed...Read more

Climbing to the World Championship

July 10, 2019
Clouds of chalk billowed from Kyle Long’s hands as he clapped them together and gazed up at the indoor climbing wall in Wilson Recreation Center on West Campus. “Which route am I taking today?” Long asked himself as he eyed the 35-foot tall wall. Long, whose right foot was amputated when he was 13...Read more

Duke Research Town Hall Series

July 10, 2019
The Duke Research Town Hall Series, hosted by the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity , is a recurring, engaging series developed to reinforce a strong research culture at Duke University. Monthly sessions will feature research best practices, research tools, and new research initiatives. If you...Read more

New and competing renewal awards for May and June 2019

June 24, 2019
The following are new and competing renewal awards made to faculty in the Department of Pediatrics through the months of May and June 2019. Please extend your congratulations to these individuals. Sarah C. Armstrong (Primary Care) received an award from FirstHealth of the Carolinas in the amount of...Read more

U.S. News & World Report's Best Children's Hospitals 2019-20

June 21, 2019
DURHAM, N.C. -- U.S. News & World Report has ranked Duke Children’s Hospital among the top 50 children’s medical centers nationally in nine of 10 specialties that comprise the magazine’s analysis. “Duke Children’s team was the highest ranked children’s hospital in North Carolina, South Carolina...Read more

Faculty Spotlight: David Ming, MD

June 21, 2019
David Ming, MD is a med-peds hospitalist and spends his clinical time at Duke University Hospital. He splits that time caring for hospitalized adults and children on the general medicine and general pediatric services. He is an assistant professor in both Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics,...Read more

Welcome new Pediatrics faculty members

June 20, 2019
​Welcome to the newest faculty members of the Department of Pediatrics! We are fortunate to welcome 17 new full time faculty members and four clinical associates this academic year, whose diverse areas of expertise will build upon the remarkable dedication to excellence in clinical care, education...Read more

Celebrating our Senior Residents and Fellows

June 14, 2019
The 2019 Resident and Fellow graduation and awards ceremony was held during Grand Rounds on Tuesday, June 18. The Department of Pediatrics extends our congratulations and thanks to this talented group of physicians and scientists. We wish you the very best as you enter your specialty and hope you...Read more

Ezekian invited to Lefkowitz Society

June 14, 2019
Jordan Ezekian, MD, MPH , a second year fellow in the Division of Cardiology and co-medical director of Project ADAM North Carolina, was recently invited to join the Robert J. Lefkowitz Society. "I am very honored to join such a remarkable group of residents and fellows," she said. "The Lefkowitz...Read more

Dias receives Snyderman Award

June 14, 2019
The Institutional Committee for Graduate Medical Education has selected Tricia Dias, MD , a second year fellow in Neonatology, as the recipient of the annual Ralph Snyderman, MD, GME Research Award. Established in 2004, the award recognizes excellence in graduate medical research. The committee...Read more

2019 Faculty and Staff Awards

June 14, 2019
The Duke Department of Pediatrics Faculty and Staff Awards Program is designed to celebrate faculty, staff and trainees who have made outstanding contributions in one or more of the department’s critical mission areas, including patient care, education, research and advocacy. The 2019 faculty and...Read more

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