Dana Rowe’s research was selected for an oral presentation at the JRGOS symposium at AAOS. She was awarded a travel grant to attend AAOS and present this research.
Edwin Owolo won the NREF Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship for his project entitled “The Role of TGF-beta in the expression of UDP-glucose-6-dehydrogenase”
Edwin Owolo won the CNS/CSNS Medical Student Summer Fellowship in Policy Research for his project entitled Improving Patient Portal Utilization in Patients Undergoing Neurosurgical Procedures
Edwin Owolo won the Rajasinghe Vascular Research and Education Foundation Medical Scholarship
Edwin Owolo won the Nicholas J. Leonardy and Theresa M. Leonardy Merit Scholarship
Alissa Arango was recognized as a 2023 HSF Scholar by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund for her commitment to pursuing excellence in college, her career, and her life.
Tanner Zachem won the best poster at the Health Data Science Showcase hosted by Duke AI Health and the Center for Computational
2023 Neurosurgical Society of the Virginias Medical Student Summer Fellowship Jacob Sperber was the recipient of the Neurosurgical Society of the Virginias Medical Student Summer Fellowship from the Neurosurgical Society of the Virginias for his project, “Intraoperative Non-Contact Fluorescence Spectroscopy to Differentiate Tumor from Healthy Tissue.”
Dana Rowe was awarded the CTSA scholarship to pursue a master’s in clinical research.
Dana Rowe was awarded the Duke Surgery Mary Klingensmith Award for Best Case Presentation during her surgery rotation as an MS2.
Dana Rowe was awarded the Duke Surgery Bradley Collins Award for Excellence on the Surgical Skills Championship during her surgery rotation as an MS2.
2022 Neurosurgical Research and Educational Foundation Medical School Summer Research Fellowship Jacob Sperber received the Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship from the Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation for his work entitled, “Characterization of the TumorID Technology to Differentiate Tumor from Non-Tumor in Frozen Samples.”
2021 Duke University School of Medicine White Coat Ceremony Class Speaker Jacob Sperber was selected by his peers to give a speech at the Duke University School of Medicine White Coat Ceremony.