November is Bladder Health Month. Bladder control problems, like urinary incontinence (UI) and overactive bladder, affect 30-50% of women.
Duke Launches Project HOPE1000: A Mother-infant Cohort Study and Biobanking Initiative
Message from Duke School of Medicine Dean Mary Klotman, MD
R. Phillips Heine, MD, Appointed Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM DUKE OB/GYN CHAIR MATTHEW D. BARBER, MD, MHS
Results of the Phase II QUADRA and Phase III CORAIL clinical trials exploring novel therapies in women with platinum-resistant ovarian cancer were
Cervical cancer remains a major cause of death among women in the U.S.
Congratulations to Ana Franceschina, Duke Perinatal’s Medical Interpreter, who was presented with a Strength, Hope and Caring Awar
Randa Blenden, BSN, RN, CCRN, Nurse Manager at Duke Fertility Center, recently was presented with a Good Catch Award by P
Since 1998, the DUHS Friends of Nursing (FON) Program has championed the careers and professional development of more than 1,000 Duke University He
Resident Vivienne Meljen, MD, has been chosen as one of the recipients of the 2018 Palliative Care Advocacy Award.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Duke University is seeking an outstanding individual to serve as Chief of t
Congratulations to Jeffrey A. Kuller, MD, and Jennifer Gilner, MD, PhD, who have authored chapters in Creasy & Resnick’s Maternal-F
Brenna Hughes, MD, MSc, Awarded NIH R21 to Study Clinical & Viral Characteristics of CMV in Seropositive Pregnant Women
Brenna Hughes, MD, MSc, was recently awarded an investigator-initiated R21 grant by the NIH National Institute of Child & Human Development (NI