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Joanna B. Downer

Associate Dean, Research Development

Duke University

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Duke University

2424 Erwin Rd Ste 201

Durham, North Carolina, 27705

United States

Company Description

Duke University Medical Center News Office is a full-service news office available 24 hours a day, every day, to respond to inquiries from the media. We are dedicated to quickly respond to media requests and encourage you to call our office if you have questio...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chancellor's and School of Medicine's Dean's Offices at Duke Medicine


Assistant Director, Basic Science Communications

Johns Hopkins University


Affiliations

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Mass Media Fellow


Education

BS with Honors

chemistry

Carnegie Mellon University


M.S.


MA

nuclear chemistry

Washington University


PhD


PhD

nuclear chemistry

Washington University


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Professional Development Committee

Joanna Downer, Ph.D., Co-chair
joanna.downer@duke.edu Associate Dean for Research Development, Office of Research Development Duke University School of Medicine


http://www.nordp.org/professional-development-committee

Joanna Downer, Ph.D., Co-chair
joanna.downer@duke.edu Associate Dean for Research Development, Office of Research Development Duke University School of Medicine


http://www.nordp.org/2016-conference-speakers

Joanna B. Downer, M.S., Ph.D.
Joanna joined the Chancellor's and School of Medicine's Dean's Offices at Duke Medicine in January 2006. Since 2009, she has led Research Development at the School of Medicine. She previously worked in science writing and media relations, first at Duke and then at Johns Hopkins Medicine. At Duke, she covered basic and clinical cancer research, and at Hopkins she covered the biomedical sciences, genetic medicine, and cell engineering. She also has extensive experience in scientific editing. Joanna holds an MA and PhD in nuclear chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis. While in graduate school, she was a Mass Media Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, placed at Time Magazine in Washington, DC. Joanna also earned a BS with Honors in chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.


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Cell membrane plays crucial role in releasing nitric oxide from red blood cells

Contact : Joanna Downerdowne010@mc.duke.edu919-684-4148Duke University Medical CenterCell membrane plays crucial role in releasing nitric oxide from red blood cells.DURHAM, N.C. – Duke University Medical Center researchers report that the membranes of red blood cells are actively involved in storing and releasing nitric oxide, a molecule that regulates blood flow and oxygen delivery in humans.The findings, published in the Feb.


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