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Faculty Directory - Clinical Sciences

Dean, School of Medicine & Professor
Clinical Sciences
Mammalian iron homeostasis and human iron diseases
(919) 684-2455
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Identification of gene regulatory elements across the genome to help us understand how chromatin structure dictates cell function and fate.
919-684-8196
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Cancer Biology, including regulation of apoptosis in therapeutic resistance, tumor-immune microenvironment, growth factor receptors, and genomics
919 668 0410
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Intracellular signaling and protein-organelle trafficking in health and disease
(919)684-8457
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Mechanisms of protein synthesis regulation and ways to exploit abnormal signal transduction to translation machinery for cancer treatment.
919-668-6205
Director, Duke Human Vaccine Institute; Leader, Laboratory of B cell Biology
Clinical Sciences
Overcoming host factors that prevent induction of B cells producing broadly protective antibodies for HIV-1, influenza vaccine development.
(919) 684-5279
Clinical Sciences
Developement of new therapy for genetic diseases
(919)681-9919
Professor of Medicine; Assistant Professor Cell Biology
Clinical Sciences
Molecular mechanisms whereby skeletal muscle adaptation mediate the health benefits of exercise training.
(919) 681-6733
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Research Summary (one sentence) This laboratory focuses on targeting the neurokinin-1 receptor in glioblastomas and understanding the molecular basis of postoperative delirium.
(919)681-4775
Professor of Dermatology, Cancer Biology and Pharmacology
Clinical Sciences
Novel roles of caspases in regulating stemness, epigenetic cellular plasticity, and tumor response to radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
(919) 613-8754
Assistant Professor; Attending Physician
Clinical Sciences
Sensory transduction, transmission, and the role of calcium signaling mechanisms; physiology and maladaptation in chronic pathological pain.
919 684 0058
Assistant Professor
Clinical Sciences
Autophagy lysosomal pathway in ocular physiology and pathophysiology.
(919) 681 4085
Assistant Professor of Ophthamology
Clinical Sciences
Molecular mechanisms and signaling pathways underlying retinal diseases including age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.
(919) 684 0820
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
The etiology of human breast and ovarian cancer.
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Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Gynecologic cancer etiology and biology, cancer stem cells, the establishment and maintenance of DNA methylation in humans and how epigenetic deregulation is associated with disease.
(919) 681-3423
James and Alice Chen Professor of Radiology, Professor in Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, Professor in Pathology
Clinical Sciences
Translational issues related to early cancer detection and mechanisms of metastasis.
919-684-7311
Edward S. Orgain Professor of Cardiology
Clinical Sciences
Molecular mechanisms of cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure
919-668-2520
Associate Professor of Pediatrics-Infectious Diseases, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Director-Duke Scholars in Infectious Diseases
Clinical Sciences
Host-pathogen interactions in the enteric and genitourinary tracts.
(919) 684-9590
Professor of Medicine
Clinical Sciences
Cancer immunology and immune regulation
(919) 668-0932
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Clinical Sciences
Signal transduction in the immune system and control of immune cell development and function.
(919) 681-9450