Building an Interdisciplinary Institute at Duke: Opportunities and Challenges
A Discussion with Mike Merson
Understanding a Common Birth-Defect Virus
congenital CMV research and public awareness
Ghost Pain: Caregiving, Documentary, and Radical Empathy
A Book Discussion with Leslie Jamison
Eula Biss’s On Immunity: Vaccination and the Public Good
With Saiba Varma and Barry Saunders, MD, PhD. Moderated by Duncan Murrell.
Addiction: A Panel Discussion on Understandings (and Misunderstandings) of Addiction
Dr. John Curry, Dr. Sue Estroff, Twyla Wilson, and moderated by Misha Angrist
A History of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières
With Laurence Binet. Moderated by Robin Kirk.
From My Durham to Yours - Nice words from @HowardLCraft on this #MLKDay - "Change is inevitable, but that doesn’t mean that it can't be shaped. It should be. The question is, who gets to do the shaping, and who gets to benefit from it." https://t.co/79RJ0VAWLI— Scholars & Publics (@DukeFSP) January 15, 2018