Duncan and Golightly attend Translational Science Meeting

Elizabeth Duncan, MD, PhD and Yvonne Golightly PT, PhD attended the Translational Science 2013 Meeting in Washington DC recently as part of the KL2 Program,  the Interdisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development at the North Carolina Translational & Clinical Sciences Institute (NC TraCS).

Dr. Duncan presented a poster titled Combination of cigarette smoke exposure and overexpression of the beta-epithelial Na+ channel mimics gene expression changes found in Human Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.


Dr. Golightly presented a poster titled Foot disorders associated with foot related symptoms and function.

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