The search for the new chancellor of the Duke University Health System is underway.

DUHS chancellor search aims to wrap in early 2015

According to a letter sent by President Richard Brodhead to the Duke community in April, the University’s goal is to have a new chancellor in place by early 2015.

Five Duke faculty receive approval to travel to Liberia

Five Duke faculty members have received approval for research in Liberia, despite travel restrictions to the country due to the Ebola virus.

DUHS patient declared Ebola-free

Officials announced Wednesday evening that the second round of tests on the Duke University Hospital patient who developed a fever after returning from Liberia have come back negative for Ebola.

Dr. J. Soka Moses prepares to enter the Ebola ward on Oct. 10, 2014 at JFK Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia. Washington Post photo by Kevin Sieff.

Further testing may confirm patient as Ebola-free

A patient being treated for possible symptoms of Ebola at Duke University Hospital may be removed from isolation after further tests are conducted Wednesday.

A patient who arrived from Liberia and developed symptoms of Ebola is being monitored for the virus at Duke University Hospital.

Preliminary tests for potential Ebola patient negative

Preliminary blood tests are negative for a patient being monitored for Ebola at Duke University Hospital, according to an email sent to the Duke community Monday morning.

Hospital Halloween: 'Nice to have a distraction'

The Child and Adolescent Life Program at Duke Children’s Hospital celebrated Halloween on Friday afternoon with a parade, among other activities for the child patients.

Potential Ebola patient admitted to Duke University Hospital

A patient displaying potential symptoms of Ebola was admitted to Duke University Hospital Sunday.

Photo Courtesy of Shawn Rocco, Duke Medicine

Duke patient regains sight via 'bionic eye'

For 33 years, Larry Hester's world was dark—but thanks to a "bionic eye" implanted by Duke Eye Center, he is now getting a second chance at sight.

East Campus Student Health space considered for other offices

The space that once housed the Duke East Campus Health Center—which closed first semester—is now being discussed as a potential location for a number of other services.

Max decided to ask family and friends for donations to The Monday Life instead of gifts for his tenth birthday.

10-year old raises money for new basketball court at Children's Hospital

For his 10th birthday, Max Bonnstetter wants something more than presents.

Dr. Victor Dzau will become president of the Institute of Medicine.

Decade of Dzau leaves DUHS "well prepared for the future"

When he leaves Duke June 30, Dr. Victor Dzau, CEO and president of Duke University Health System and chancellor for health affairs, will take his expertise to his new position as president of the...

Dr. Victor Dzau, Duke University Health System president and CEO, will be leaving Duke to become the president of the Institute of Medicine.

Dzau to leave DUHS for Institute of Medicine

After nearly 10 years, Dr. Victor Dzau, Duke University Health System president and CEO as well as chancellor for health affairs will be leaving to become the president of the Institute of Medicine.

Duke pediatrician appointed to U.S. Preventive Services Task Force

Duke pediatrician Alex Kemper has been selected to join the US Preventive Services Task Force.

The Duke Diet and Fitness Center is promoting an approximately 800-calories-a-day meal replacement program.

Duke Diet and Fitness Center runs 800-calorie diet program

The Duke Diet and Fitness Center is promoting an approximately 800-calories-a-day meal replacement program for people unable to lose weight through other dieting means.

The Duke Global Health Institute and Duke Cancer Institute have collaborated on a new Global Cancer Initiative that will be launched in Tanzania.

DGHI unveils cancer prevention partnership in Tanzania

With the unveiling of the new Global Cancer Initiative, the University is taking its global health prevention efforts to a new level.

Foundation donates Alexander Calder mobile to Duke Children's Hospital

A mobile by famous sculptor Alexander Calder has been donated to Duke Medicine, according to a Duke Health press release.

DUHS limits visitors due to flu outbreak

Duke University Health System hospitals, clinics and emergency care centers have been restricting visitor access since Dec. 30 to curb flu outbreak.

Eyes Ears Nose and Paws, the organization that trained JJ, offers many service dogs to people who require assistance due to their medical conditions.

The dogtor is in: service dog helps monitor seven-year-old's status in surgery

Dr. Brad Taicher, a Duke Hospital pediatrics anesthesiology specialist, recently operated on seven-year-old Kaelyn Krawczyk and allowed her service dog JJ into the operating suite to help monitor...

DUHS faculty member, cancer researcher chosen to head Hutchinson Institute

Dr. Gary Lyman was selected to lead the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research in Seattle, Wash.

Duke Eye Center opens new entrance to improve patient experience

A new temporary entrance to the Duke Eye Center will benefit patients while construction is ongoing.

Duke chooses own health insurance plan over ACA for employees

The Affordable Care Act will have little impact on the way Duke manages its health care policies.

School of Nursing to offer HIV/AIDS concentration

As of fall 2014, the Duke University School of Nursing will offer a concentration in HIV/AIDS specialty.

Duke Cancer Institute volunteers had complaints about their training.

Duke Cancer Institute volunteers concerned about training

Many students, however, believe that training for such a large volunteering program should cover more areas and be more specific, particularly in terms of bedside manner.

Vaccinations spike following new DUHS flu shot requirements

The Duke University Health System has experienced a dramatic increase in flu vaccinations this year following a major policy change in April.

Research at Duke-NUS tackles different areas than School of Medicine

Eight years after its establishment, Duke-National University of Singapore Graduate Medical School has developed as a hybrid style of medical education.