As China-U.S. relations enter a new era of rising tensions, Duke China-U.S. Summit (DCUS) 2020 seeks to engage experts, commentators and professionals across industries to discuss emerging opportunities for China and the U.S. to maintain a constructive relationship. The summit is schedule on Saturday, Feb 29th at Penn Pavilion. Conversations will be centered around the theme of "Beyond 2020: China-U.S. Relations in the New Decade".
Edison Family Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology
Washington University in St. Louis
Duke University and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina® (Blue Cross NC) have a nearly century-old relationship, beginning with the first dean of Duke's School of Medicine, W.C. Davison, MD. Dr. Davison, spearheaded the creation of Durham's "Hospital Care Association" - which became Blue Cross NC in 1933.
Connect with other students who have participated in Duke study away programs around the globe at this advising mixer.
There will be refreshments and GEO swag.
For more details about Duke's study away programs visit https://globaled.duke.edu/
TED began as a conference where Technology, Entertainment, and Design converged. TED events start on a global scale, but through independently-run TEDx events - like the Duke and Durham community - can spark conversation and connection through local TED-like experiences. This year, the theme is (un)familiar! The idea of this theme is to challenge what we think we know.
D2S2 is a monthly webinar series that shares data-driven research in healthcare. Through the monthly research webinar, D2S2 aims to provide a forum where nursing researchers and data scientists discuss their latest research developments and find multidisciplinary collaboration opportunities. The D2S2 series is hosted by the Center for Nursing Research of Duke University School of Nursing.
Dr. Legant is an Assistant Professor in Pharmacology and Biomedical engineering at UNC, Chapel Hill. His research focuses on developing tools to better understand living specimens at single molecule, cellular, and tissue level length scales. Prior to joining UNC, Dr. Legant did a Postdoc at HHMI where he developed novel light microscopy technologies including Lattice Light Sheet, super resolution structured illumination and single molecule localization microscopy, and adaptive optics for fundamental applications in cell biology.
Join us for a backstage view of the career fair in action! You will be able to ask your last-minute questions, get tips on making a positive and professional first impression, get an overview of how to navigate the fair, orient yourself using our Digital Career Fair guide, and access employer information.
In alignment with the university's response to COVID-19, this event has been canceled.
An informal time to meet with MEDx leadership to learn more about MEDx, an initiative between the School of Medicine and Pratt School of Engineering, held every other week at NOSH (1st floor, Trent Semans Center) or Twinnie's (1st floor, FCIEMAS). For more information, contact Donna Crenshaw.