Velmeshev Named a Whitehead Scholar
On Wednesday, May 17, Neurobiology's Dmitry Velmeshev was one of four SoM faculty to be named a Whitehead Scholar.
Graduating Student Spotlight: Corey Roach
Photo caption: Corey Roach with advisor, Anita Disney on February 23, 2023 right before defending his thesis.
How a Human Smell Receptor Works Is Finally Revealed
For the first time, researchers have determined how a human olfactory receptor captures an airborne scent molecule, the pivotal chemical event that triggers our sense of smell.
Suva Roy (Field lab) has hot-off-the-press article out in Cell Reports Methods
Roy et al. present a 1-photon-based light sheet imaging system that allows monitoring of calcium activity in large populations of retinal neurons at synaptic resolution.
Calakos Receives 2023 ASCI Korsmeyer Award
The American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI) has awarded Nicole Calakos its 2023 Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award.
Dzirasa Elected Member of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
Kafui Dzirasa has been inducted into the 2023 class of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering “for his pioneering work in understanding the electrical patterns th
Naumann Lab Collaborates with Duke BME Colleagues to Create Novel Gigapixel 3D Microscope
Naumann lab researchers in collaboration with Duke BME colleagues have developed a new kind of microscope that stitches together videos from dozens of smaller cameras can provide researchers
New Paper by Naumann Lab Details Their Novel Multi-Camera Array Microscope (MCAM)
Complex biological systems typically include processes that span many levels of organization across spatial scales that vary by multiple orders of magnitude.
New Study by Dzirasa and Collaborators Investigates Disparity in Distribution of NIH Awards by Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
In a paper published online February 28 in JAMA, a team of investigators which included Kaf Dzirasa, examined the gender, ethnic, and racial distribution of super NIH prinicpal investi
New Research by Michael Young Measures the Lightest Touch Your Body Responds To
In a paper published online February 16 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team of neurobiologists led by recent graduate and