Dr. Corneli joins GIM and the DCRI. She is a social scientist with expertise in bioethics, work that has carried her to conduct research in multiple countries in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia, and North America.
Dr. Hemming finished his GIM fellowship this year at Johns Hopkins. He is a member of the Duke Kidney Transplant Center, where he evaluates potential live donors and acts as the Independent Living Donor Advocate, assisting patients and families with the difficult decision to donate. Dr. Hemming is also a clinician-educator based in the Duke Outpatient Clinic where he has his own primary care practice and where he teaches integration of psychosocial support in patient care.
Dr. Johnson comes to Duke as the Senior Research Scholar in the Center for Clinical and Genetic Economics in the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI). He has years of experience in health and environmental economics. An example of recent research is evaluating the patient’s willingness to accept side-effect risks in return for therapeutic benefits.
Please join us in welcoming these new members and be sure to introduce yourself when you see them.