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Year later, meaning of Santillán case still debated

(02/23/04 5:00am)

____simple_html_dom__voku__html_wrapper____>One year ago this past Saturday, Jésica Santillán died at Duke University Hospital after a second heart-lung transplant that was intended to correct an initial organ transplantation incompatible with her blood type. Although investigations ultimately determined that a failure to communicate basic information between more than a dozen people across multiple organizations was responsible for the Santillán incident, members of the medical community continue to reflect on the events surrounding her death.

Brown named associate dean

(02/19/04 5:00am)

In response to the Women's Initiative last fall, the School of Medicine has named Dr. Ann Brown, assistant professor of medicine and obstetrics and gynecology, as its first associate dean for women in medicine and science. As associate dean, Brown will work with women in the basic and clinical sciences to identify and improve aspects of the Medical School that make the environment challenging for women faculty.

Variations on 'Effortless Perfection'

(12/12/03 5:00am)

But that's not what she's thinking. In fact, that's not even on the radar screen of thoughts zooming a mile a minute in her head: the tests she wishes she could retake, the boy she hooked up with last night, the second-round interview she didn't get.... At least I've only eaten 400 calories today. She smiles, recomposing herself, and continues her walk along the cold, concrete pavement toward the Bryan Center.

A year after taking helm, Brown receives high marks from OB-GYN colleagues

(11/04/03 5:00am)

Attempting to fill the impressive shoes of the past chairs of obstetrics and gynecology at Duke University Medical Center is no small challenge. But Dr. Haywood Brown, nabbed from the Indiana University School of Medicine last year to replace Dr. Charles Hammond as chair of the OB-GYN department, has been making big strides in those large shoes.