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Residents receive poster awards

August 26, 2015
Chris Woll, MD, a third year trainee in the Pediatrics Residency program, recently won first place for his poster entitled, “Hemorrhaging: the Healthcare System vs. the Patient. The Utility of Preoperative Labs in the Pediatric Emergency Department," at the North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual...Read more

ECMO program passes 1,000 patient milestone

August 19, 2015
The extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) program at Duke University Hospital (DUH) – one of the largest, oldest and most respected in the country – reached a major milestone in July when it treated its 1,000th patient. Much has changed since the program began in 1990, when it saw just six...Read more

Four pediatrics faculty receive ENABLE grants

August 12, 2015
The Private Diagnostic Clinic (PDC) is pleased to announce that 25 PDC members from eight clinical departments, including four from the Department of Pediatrics, have received grants to expand their involvement in basic science research. The Enhanced Academics in a Basic Laboratory Environment (...Read more

Walter appointed to Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices

July 10, 2015
Chip Emmanuel Walter, MD, MPH, professor of pediatrics (primary care) was recently appointed as a voting member to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). The ACIP is a group of 15 medical and public health experts who develop recommendations on how to use vaccines to control...Read more

Bloomfield discusses Duke Medicine mobile technology

June 23, 2015
Ricky Bloomfield, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics (hospital medicine) and director of mobile technology strategy for Duke Medicine was featured recently in Duke Today. Bloomfield oversees mobile technology projects for Duke Medicine. He said he became interested in medical informatics during...Read more

Duke becomes nation's ninth Certified Duchenne Care Center

June 15, 2015
Duke Children's has been named a Certified Duchenne Care Center by Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy (PPMD), a nonprofit organization leading the fight to end Duchenne muscular dystrophy (Duchenne). Duke Children's is the ninth center to be certified by PPMD's Certified Duchenne Care Center Program...Read more

Antibody response linked to lower mother-to-child HIV transmission

June 8, 2015
How most babies are protected from acquiring HIV from their infected mothers has been a matter of scientific controversy. Now researchers at Duke Medicine provide new data identifying an antibody response that had long been discounted as inadequate to confer protection. Mother-to-child...Read more

Reed, Frush, and Kirk awarded distinguished professorships

May 5, 2015
Three Department of Pediatrics faculty/Duke Children's physicians were awarded distinguished professorships and recognized at an April 30 dinner at the American Tobacco Campus. Duke University honored 19 members of its faculty with distinguished professorships this year. Another four were inducted...Read more

2015 Pediatric Research Retreat

May 1, 2015
The Department of Pediatrics Research Retreat was held on Thursday, April 30 from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the lobby of the Duke North Pavilion. This annual event offers the opportunity for students, postdoctoral fellows, clinical fellows, residents, research assistants, research associates, research...Read more

Hulbert receives autism research foundation fellowship

April 30, 2015
Samuel Hulbert, a graduate student at Duke University Medical Center, has received a Dennis Weatherstone Pre-Doctoral Fellowship from Autism Speaks, the nation's largest organization dedicated to funding and facilitating autism research. Hulbert’s two-year fellowship will support his investigation...Read more

Clements brings students, supplies and hope to Honduras

April 21, 2015
In March, a team of 14 students and four faculty leaders traveled 3,000 miles southwest of Durham to the small town of Las Mercedes, Honduras, where they administered basic healthcare to nearly 453 local residents in four days. The 10-day trip was part of an ongoing effort to provide Duke nursing...Read more

Medical students celebrate Match Day

March 20, 2015
As graduating medical students around the country learned their professional fates, members of the Duke Department of Pediatrics class of 2015 celebrated another successful Match Day. An annual rite of passage, Match Day is an event that takes place at medical schools across the country during...Read more

Kinney and Clements receive 2015 Excellence in Professionalism Award

March 19, 2015
Thomas R. Kinney, MD, the Wilburt C. Davison Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics and associate chair of the Department of Pediatrics, and Dennis Clements, MD, PhD, MPH, professor of pediatrics (chief of the Division of Primary Care), research professor of global health, professor in the School of...Read more