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Brad J. Goldstein, MD, PhD, Vice Chair of Research, Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences
February 27, 2020

Research from Dr. Brad Goldstein's Lab Published in Nature Neuroscience

Brad J. Goldstein, MD, PhD , Vice Chair of Research, Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, was recently the senior author of an article in Nature Neuroscience on olfactory neurogenesis. Using nasal tissue from healthy adults and single-cell RNA sequencing, Dr. Goldstein’...Read more
4th Annual Research Day
May 3, 2019

Duke Surgery Holds 4th Annual Research Day

The Department of Surgery held its 4th Annual Research Day April 17. The department holds this event annually to advance its mission of improving patient care through research and training the next generation of surgeon–scientists. The event recognizes the accomplishments of fellows, residents, and...Read more
New Duke Surgery Residents
March 20, 2019

Welcome New Duke Surgery Residents

We are excited to welcome our new residents to the Department of Surgery. Congratulations to all those who matched with us! We look forward to meeting you this summer.Read more
Graphic depicting Duke Surgery's #2 ranking among surgery programs at medical schools
March 12, 2019

Duke Surgery Ranks 2nd Among Surgery Programs at Medical Schools

The U.S. News and World Report has ranked the Duke University School of Medicine 2nd in surgery among the best medical schools in the country. This 2nd place ranking is up considerably from the department’s 5th place ranking last year. This national distinction speaks to the department’s deep...Read more
Duke Surgery ranks first in NIH funding
February 12, 2019

Duke Surgery Ranks First Nationwide in NIH Funding

The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research has released its 2018 rankings of NIH funding for basic and clinical science departments, revealing that Duke Surgery ranks highest nationwide with more than $30 million in funding committed to research. Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH , Vice Chair of Research...Read more
Larynx
January 15, 2019

Surgical Laryngeal Treatments Now Offered in Clinic Setting

Office-based procedures mean earlier treatment, faster recovery Treatments for the full spectrum of laryngeal conditions are now being offered by Alissa Collins, MD, and Seth Cohen, MD, MPH, otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons and voice care specialists in the Duke Voice Care Center. The team...Read more
X-ray of an infant who developed subglottic stenosis and required a chronic tracheostomy to bypass the airway obstruction.
November 20, 2018

Infant’s Tracheostomy Removed in Complex Surgery

Permanent surgical solution needed to ensure adequate airway As a result of intubation for several weeks early in his life, an infant developed subglottic stenosis and required a chronic tracheostomy to bypass the airway obstruction. When the baby was 18 months old, his parents sought a surgeon who...Read more
A child undergoes a hearing test
October 23, 2018

Paving New Pathways Toward Hearing Loss Prevention and Treatment

Untreated hearing loss can have a profound lifelong impact on children, causing problems with speech and language, reading, and school success and putting them at risk for developmental delays. Several global research studies are underway by Duke’s Division of Head and Neck Surgery and...Read more

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