New Med School On-line Mag Features DIBS Assoc Dir Len White

July 12, 2019

White gives med students their first hands-on experience with the brain

Picture of Dr. Len White with Duke medical students

Dr. Len White introduces Duke medical students to human brain anatomy. Photo by Jared Lazarus, Duke Communications

Robin Smith, senior science writer for Duke University Communications, gives a compelling account of Duke first-year medical students and their initial up-close-and-personal contact with the human brain. DIBS Associate Director for Education Leonard White, PhD, leads the brain anatomy class. Jared Lazarus, photojournalist, and Julie Schoonmaker, video manager, both with Duke Communications, provide outstanding images to accompany Smith's story.

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