William Blackstock Jr., MD, sits on a white sofaPositioned for Progress: Cancer Biology at Wake Forest Baptist

Wake Forest School of Medicine's cancer biology research team works to move cancer research forward, from cell culture to experimental animal models to human patients.

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Two males and one female stand in front of wall, holding framed plaques and smilingThree-way Tie for 2019 Peacock-Plonk Award

Three medical students tied for the highest clerkship grades in Wake Forest School of Medicine's Class of 2020 and received awards.

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A multitude of white pills scored in the middle cascade onto a shiny white surfaceSeeking Solutions: Confronting the Opioid Crisis

Wake Forest researchers are collaborating across the organization to combat the opioid crisis by investing in a range of programs and continuing rigorous research.

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Illustration of a brain on a dark blue background with light blue wavelengths coming in/going out on either sideUsing Noninvasive Brainwave Technology to Treat PTSD Symptoms

Wake Forest School of Medicine researchers test noninvasive brainwave technology to see if it would help military veterans who report experiencing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Body on a chipBuilding a Better Body on a Chip

Wake Forest School of Medicine scientists create micro-sized 3D organ structures on chip to test how organ systems react to aid drug development process.

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