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  • Usmani, Faraz; Steele, J; Jeuland, Marc A. (Institute of Physics (IoP), 2017-03-08)
    While much work has examined approaches to increase uptake of a variety of household environmental, health and energy technologies, researchers and policymakers alike have struggled to ensure long-term use. Drawing on a ...
  • Chen, Y; Farrer, RA; Giamberardino, Charles; Sakthikumar, S; Jones, A; Yang, T; Tenor, JL; Wagih, O; Van Wyk, Marelize; Govender, NP; Mitchell, Thomas Greenfield; Litvintseva, AP; Cuomo, CA; Perfect, JR (2017-03-07)
    The pathogenic species of Cryptococcus are a major cause of mortality owing to severe infections in immunocompromised as well as immunocompetent individuals. Although antifungal treatment is usually effective, many patients ...
  • Rudemiller, NP; Crowley, SD (2017-03-06)
    Immune cells infiltrate the kidney, vasculature, and central nervous system during hypertension, consequently amplifying tissue damage and/or blood pressure elevation. Mononuclear cell motility depends partly on chemokines, ...
  • Sood, N; Jenkins, WT; Yang, XY; Shah, NN; Katz, JS; Koch, CJ; Frail, PR; Therien, Michael J.; Hammer, DA; Evans, SM (2017-03-01)
    Traditional anticancer chemotherapy often displays toxic side effects, poor bioavailability, and a low therapeutic index. Targeting and controlled release of a chemotherapeutic agent can increase drug bioavailability, ...
  • Kirk, Robin (Institute for Ethnographic Research, 2017-03-01)
  • Luber, BM; Davis, Simon Wilton; Bernhardt, Lis; Neacsiu, Andrada Delia; Kwapil, Lori; Lisanby, Sarah Hollingsworth; Strauman, Timothy J. (2017-03-01)
    The standard clinical technique for using repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) for major depressive disorder (MDD) is associated with limited efficacy to date. Such limited efficacy may be due to reliance ...
  • Ulber, J; Hamann, K; Tomasello, Michael (2017-03)
    The age at which young children show an aversion to inequitable resource distributions, especially those favoring themselves, is unclear. It is also unclear whether great apes, as humans' nearest evolutionary relatives, ...
  • Homan, Patricia; Valentino, Lauren; Weed, Emi (2017-03)
  • Hu, Changwei (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • MacInnes, Jeffrey (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    How does proximity influence collaboration? In the 1970's, work by MIT professor Thomas Allen revealed that the frequency of communication between two engineers sharply decreased as the distance between their desks grew. ...
  • Bradway, David (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • Wu, Tai-Lin (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • Moody, James; Mucha, P (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • Yuan, Avery; Feng, L; Qin, X; Zhao, Y (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    Duke is one of the leading sites for research across the nation, throughout the world where professionals are defining the way to a better and healthier future. A thorough understanding of how Duke networks behave is crucial ...
  • Reif, Susan; Safley, Donna; McAllaster, C; Wilson, Elena; Whetten, K (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2017-02-28)
    The Southern United States has been disproportionately affected by HIV diagnoses and mortality. To inform efforts to effectively address HIV in the South, this manuscript synthesizes recent data on HIV epidemiology, care ...
  • Reif, Susan; Safley, Donna; McAllaster, Carolyn; Wilson, Elena; Whetten, Kathryn (2017-02-28)
    The Southern United States has been disproportionately affected by HIV diagnoses and mortality. To inform efforts to effectively address HIV in the South, this manuscript synthesizes recent data on HIV epidemiology, care ...
  • Robertson, AG; Swartz, MS (2017-02-28)
    With insufficient access to treatment and a tradition of criminalizing addiction, people with substance use disorders - including opioid dependence - are more likely to be incarcerated than they are to receive the treatment ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Between the dates of January 5, 2017 and February 13, 2017, Julie Riegel conducted interviews with library patrons using the standing desks located at the Edge. The purpose of this study was to see what users liked about ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Duke University Libraries introduced Fitdesks, which are a cross between exercise bikes and desks, in Perkins Library on Monday, December 12. The Assessment and User Experience (AUX) Department (Julie Riegel, Joyce Chapman, ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Between the dates of January 19, 2017 and February 13, 2017, Julie Riegel placed a short survey in the Richard and Nancy Riess Reading room, also known as the Riess Graduate Student Reading Room (Perkins 211). The purpose ...