"I had a great mentor at Yale Med. Dr. Duncan told me, 'Go to Duke. They'll take care of you, you'll have a great career, you'll be great operatively, you'll have tons of opportunities.' And he was right."
--Theresa Williamson, MD, PGY7
Here's Theresa Williamson describing her seven years as a resident at Duke Neurosurgery:
"I work with a bunch of people who love the work they're doing. I work with people who are curious, who are always looking for better ways to do things."
--Allan Friedman, MD, Interim Chair, Duke Neurosurgery
Learn what makes Duke Neurosurgery's culture unique, in the words of our faculty:
Living in Durham
Duke University is located in Durham, North Carolina, one of three cities — Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh — that form North Carolina’s famed Triangle Region. Each of the cities is home to a major research university. The Triangle area, with a combined population of more than a million people, boasts a robust intellectual climate and broad cultural diversity.
Duke and Durham
This site is dedicated to information about living, working, playing, and learning in Durham, North Carolina.
What medical students and residents say about living in Durham