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The Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI) is pleased to announce that Cameron Wolfe, MBBS, has joined the DHVI as an affiliate faculty member, effective July 1, 2022. Dr. Wolfe is an associate professor of medicine and serves as the director of Biological and Emergency Preparedness for the Duke University Hospital System with a specific focus on influenza, SARS-CoV-2 and other respiratory viral pathogens. He has worked closely with the DHVI’s chief medical officer, Dr.
The DHVI is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert J. Edwards has been promoted to the faculty position of Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine effective November 1, 2021.
RJ Edwards, PhD was recently promoted to Associate Professor. Dr. Edwards graduated from Rice University and obtained his PhD in Cell Biology from Duke University in 1998. He studied state dependent structural transitions in the Z-band of rabbit psoas muscle in Dr. Michael Reedy’s laboratory.
The Duke Human Vaccine Institute fosters a culture of inclusion of individuals from diverse backgrounds. In particular, June is a time to specifically uplift our LGBTQ+ colleagues. While June is indeed Pride Month, our goal is to value, appreciate, and support our LGBTQ+ colleagues throughout the year. Below we have listed three events related to Duke and DHVI where you can show your support for the LGBTQ+ community, learn about the experiences of your LGBTQ+ colleagues at Duke, and find out how to be an ally.