The Duke Center for Research on Personalized Healthcare is currently accepting internship applications for Fall 2017! Fall applications will be accepted through September 5th, 2017. For more information and instructions on applying, click here →
Investigator Connor Drake, in collaboration with Durham Technical Community College Instructor Christine Dove and North Carolina Central University Assistant Professor Ruth Phillips, was awarded a 2017 Population Health Improvement Award from the Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute. Read more here→
Connor Drake and Dr. Sharon Hull will present an implementation manual for Personalized Health Planning in Shared Medical Appointments at the American Association for Medical Colleges (AAMC) Integrating Quality Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
May 24-25, 2017
The first East Coast Precision Medicine World Conference, the 12th PMWC, will be launched at Duke University on May 24-25th. The conference is co-chaired by Dr. Ralph Snyderman, Chancellor Emeritus, Duke University, and Dr. Geoff Ginsburg, Director of the Duke Center for Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine. For more information about the conference, click here →
March 19, 2017
Ralph Snyderman discussed personalized health care with Duke’s Health Policy Forum. At this well attended event, Duke undergraduates asked questions about policies affecting our ability to make healthcare more personalized and proactive. Read the chronicle article here→
February 2-3, 2017
The NC CEO Forum’s theme this year is change and innovation in healthcare. Dr. Snyderman will be a featured event keynote speaker, alongside NC Governor Roy Cooper and President, US Pharmaceuticals at GSK Jack Bailey. Read more about this event here →
December 28, 2016
The Center published a new piece in NEJM Catalyst, highlighting the need for care redesign to more effectively incorporate precision medicine into clinical care. Read this important piece here→
November 15, 2016
Ralph Snyderman was interviewed by WUNC’s The State of Things. In the interview he describes what brought him to Duke, and gives insights into what it was like to lead the Duke School of Medicine through major transitions.
November 8, 2016
Caroline Meade, Connor Drake, and Ralph Snyderman published a response to President Obama’s review of progress made by the Affordable Care Act. “The ACA cannot achieve its goal of substantially improving the nation’s health without changes in how care is delivered.”
November 10, 2016
Dr. Snyderman will speak at the Trent Center for Bioethics lecture about his new book: A Chancellor’s Tale: Transforming Academic Medicine. His story illuminates the challenges of transforming a major academic medical center into an integrated health care system, while pioneering a new paradigm of health care widely known today as prospective or personalized medicine.
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October 6, 2016
Dr. Ralph Snyderman was interviewed by the Duke Chronicle about his new memoir, “A Chancellor’s Tale: Transforming Academic Medicine”.
November 1, 2016
Connor Drake will give an oral presentation at the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting in Denver, CO. The presentation will highlight mindfulness-based personalized health planning shared medical appointments.
Read About the Annual Meeting Here →
April 5, 2016
AAMC awards School of Medicine $10,000 to support a quality improvement project led by Principal Investigator Dr. Sharon Hull and the Center for Research on Personalized Health Care
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February 29, 2016
The Duke Center for Research on Personalized Health Care is now a member of the Personalized Medicine Coalition.
Personalized Medicine Response
February 9, 2016
Dr. Ralph Snyderman, Caroline Meade, and Connor Drake of the Center discuss the value of personalized medicine in a JAMA response.
January 25, 2016
Federal Practitioner publishes a paper on the Center’s work with the VA last year, titled “Personalized Health Planning in Primary Care Settings.”
January 24, 2016
Dr. Ralph Snyderman received the Pioneer Award in January at the 10th Personalized Medicine World Congress in the Silicone Valley.
November 19, 2015
Ralph Snyderman and Connor Drake publish article in the Journal of Precision Medicine, titled “Personalized Health Care: Unlocking the Potential of Genomic and Precision Medicine”.
November 4, 2015
Center to sponsor Duke undergraduate house course in Spring 2016 titled “Personalizing Health in the 21st Century.”
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June 29-30, 2015
Connor Drake and Caroline Meade co-presented a board on the Duke FM SMA study at the North American Primary Care Group‘s 2015 Practice-Based Research Network Conference in Bethesda, Maryland.
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May 19, 2015
Dr. Ralph Snyderman was the inaugural speaker at The Lasker Foundation‘s first “Lasker Lessons in Leadership” Lecture on the National Institute of Health campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
Read about the event → View the Lecture →
February 13, 2015
The American Interest publishes the article “Precise But (Not Yet) Personal” by Dr. Ralph Snyderman, about the President’s support of genomics and the future of personalized medicine.
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January 26-28, 2015
The 2015 Personalized Medicine World Conference – Silicon Valley is held; Dr. Snyderman discusses the future of health care & medicine with former FDA commissioner Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg and is interviewed by Dr. Pat Salber.
View PMWC Lecture → View PMWC Interview →
November 7, 2013
Dr. Snyderman presents at The Bravewell Collaborative‘s 2013 Bravewell Leadership Award Event, as part of the Lectures & Luncheons series “Health and Wellbeing: Integrative Medicine and the Transformation of Healthcare.”
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June 13, 2012
The Huffington Post‘s Healthy Living section publishes an article by Dr. Snyderman about inflating health care costs in America, and why personalized medicine may be the answer.
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April 14, 2009
Duke Today publishes an op-ed written by Dr. Snyderman about the United States’ current health status and on “going healthy,” which is later published in the Raleigh News & Observer.
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