Congratulations to Nancy Crego, assistant professor, who has received an award from the NHLBI funded Functional and Translational Genomic (FTG) of Blood Disorders-PRIDE Small Research Program administered by Augusta University for her proposal entitled “Exploring Predictors of Fetal Hemoglobin Responsiveness to Hydroxyurea in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease.” This award is for a 1- year period with a start date of November 15, 2
Nancy Crego, assistant professor, was recently selected for PRIDE, a National Heart Blood and Lung Institute research program.
On May 14, Nancy Crego, assistant professor, will present "Patient Perspectives of Hydroxyurea Use" at the Sickle Cell Disease Champion Series in Pearson 3103.
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Nancy Crego, assistant professor, recently presented her poster entitled "Prescription Claims Among Medicaid Eligible Children and Young Adults with Sickle Cell Disease in North Carolina" at the American Pain Society's Scientific Meeting in Milwaukee, WI.
A great number of DUSON community members recently presented at the 2019 Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) Conference "Imagining the Future through Nursing Research and Innovation" in Orlando, FL. Presenters include:
If you're planning on attending the Southern Nursing Research Society conference in Orlando, FL; please consider attending the "Leveraging Big Data to Improve the Quality and Safety of Patient Care" workshop presented by Michael Cary, associate professor; Nancy Crego, assistant professor; Victoria Goode, assistant professor; and Deirdre Thornlow, assistant professor on Feb.
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 DUSON cohort of Teaching for Equity Fellows Health Professions Educators: Nancy Crego, Valerie Sabol, Brigit Carter, Jennie De Gagne, Midge Bowers, Michelle Hartman, Jill Brennan-Cook, Sharron Rushton, Jen Graf-Perkins and Lisa Lewis!
Tracey Yap, Ashley Schoenfisch and Nancy Crego were selected to participate in the SciComm Fellows Science Communication Program. The program, hosted by the Duke Initiative for Science and Society, provides an opportunity for faculty and postdocs to develop communication skills and put those skills into action.
Michael Cary, Nancy Crego and Schenita Randolph were recently selected to participate in the Duke Health Health Disparities Research Curriculum (HDRC) sponsored by Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute, which is in support by the Duke CTSA grant.
HDRC is designed to increase knowledge and skill of participants in the evaluation, design, and conduct of health disparities research. The curriculum consists of monthly sessions which combine didactics and student activities addressing: