The Cell Biology Department celebrates diversity and strives to maintain an atmosphere of inclusion for everyone. We welcome multiple approaches and points of view which provide a bridge to excellence in education and research. We are committed to supporting all members of our Department regardless of ethnicity, race, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
Our Diversity & Inclusion Committee serves our Department and partners with:
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Multicultural Resource Center
Office of Biomedical Graduate Education (OBGE)
Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
Duke School of Medicine Dean Klotman podcast – Episode 1: “Why Diversity is Important in Academic Medicine”
Duke’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Gender Neutral Bathrooms on Campus
Cell Biology Department Diversity & Inclusion Committee members:
Sharyn Endow, Co-Chair
Jennifer Carbrey, Co-Chair
Concerns or questions can be directed to Scott Soderling, Chair of Cell Biology; Michel Bagnat, Director of Graduate Studies; or Blanche Capel, Departmental Ombudswoman.