Our faculty – which includes four National Academy of Science members – conduct more than $65 million in research each year for the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Energy, among others. We are ranked among the top 10 Biology graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report, and support about 90 graduate students.

Many faculty research programs span multiple research areas and levels of biological organization, creating a dynamic training environment for graduate students interested in cross-disciplinary training. Our research builds bridges within Duke departments and beyond, with most faculty having close collaborations with multiple other Universities and Institutes nationally and internationally. 

Selected Works

Our team frequently share their research findings and efforts in leading industry journals with contributed academic articles and papers.

Research Labs

Learn more about each faculty member's research focus, and visit their individual lab sites to track their progress.

Facilities & Centers

Duke researchers have a variety of facilities available to help them advance their work, as well as close relationships with a Duke centers with their unique specialities.