A cross-section of zebrafish gut showing the junctions between epithelial cells in green and a protein expressed on absorptive cells in pink.
GCB News

Zebrafish Researchers Discover a Self-Defense Mechanism of the Gut

Banned painkiller had a unique effect on the model fish, so they shifted focus to figure out why

Center News

Dr. Beth Sullivan and Naeema Hopkins-Kotb next to scientific poster
September 17, 2018

Summer springs into fall opportunity

Students interested in careers in genome sciences and medicine need a strong foundation of core genome sciences, technology and interdisciplinary training.
Sarina Madhavan
July 23, 2018

Recent grad charting her own path

As 3,000 first-year students begin preparing for their Duke career, recent graduate Sarina Madhavan has some advice for them: “Challenge what you think your passions are by seeking new experiences; be open to changes in your direction. And seek mentorship early on from those who will push, support and inspire you."