Duke Medicine News and Communications
The Duke Medicine Office of News and Communications is dedicated to providing the media with the latest news from Duke Medicine. Media relations officers are committed to responding quickly and efficiently to media inquiries and facilitating interviews with nationally respected experts in virtually every area of medicine.
Through our conveniently located TV studio, we are capable of facilitating live broadcast interviews in High Definition or Standard Definition, using either a bench research or medical library set. We can also do live-to-tape interviews in HD or SD, as well as videotape feeds. Our studio signal can be sent anywhere via conventional downlink or via Vyvx. Our in-house TV news producer shoots B-roll and field-produces interviews for local, regional, and national news operations.
Latest News from Duke Medicine
Investigational Therapy Could Attack Cause of Sickle Cell Crises
Mar. 2, 2015
Guidelines Suggest Blood Thinners For More Women, Seniors
Mar. 2, 2015
Retinal Swelling in Premature Infants Tied to Poorer Neuro-Development
Feb. 24, 2015
Duke Awarded $10.4 Million Contract To Continue Developing Radiation Test
Feb. 17, 2015
Gene Mutation Drives Cartilage Tumor Formation
Feb. 16, 2015