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Henry Rice

Professor of Surgery and Global Health
School of Medicine
Henry Rice


I am a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at Duke, and have served as the Division Chief of Pediatric Surgery since 2007. During this time, I have overseen our division's clinical, teaching, and research missions, as well as have served in numerous departmental and institutional roles within Duke Children's services. Over the past several years, I have developed an increasing interest in global surgery, particularly on clinical and research questions that challenge the practice of pediatric surgery in resource-constrained environments. Rice leads the Duke-Guatemala Pediatric Surgery/Urology Project, an ongoing clinical, educational, and research collaboration with the Moore Pediatric Surgery Center in Guatemala.


Recent Publications

Wright, N, Jensen, G, St-Louis, E, Grabski, D, Yousef, Y, Kaseje, N, Goodman, L, Anderson, J, Ameh, E, Banu, T, Bickler, S, Butler, M, Cooper, M, Gathuya, Z, Kamalo, P, Ki, B, Kumar, R, Madhuri, V, Oldham, K, Ozgediz, D, Poenaru, D, Sekabira, J, Saldaña Gallo, L, Siddiqui, S, Yapo, B, Abantanga, FA, Abdelmalak, M, Abdulraheem, N, Ade-Ajayi, N, Ismail, EA, Ademuyiwa, A, Ahmed, E, Ajike, S, Akintububo, OB, Alakaloko, F, Allen, B, Amado, V, Anbuselvan, S, Anyomih, TTK, Asakpa, L, Assegie, G, Axt, J, Ayala, R, Ayele, F, Bal, HS, Bankole, R, Beacon, T, Bokhari, Z, Borah, HK, Borgstein, E, Boyd, N, Brill, J, Budde-Schwartzman, B, Bulamba, F, Bvulani, B, Cairo, S, Campos Rodezno, JF, Caputo, M, Chitnis, M, Cheung, M, Cigliano, B, Clarke, D, Concepcion, T, Corlew, S, Cunningham, D, D’Agostino, S, Dahir, S, Deal, B, Derbew, M, Dhungel, S, Drake, D, Drum, E, Edem, B, Eguma, S, Elebute, O, Espineda, BR, Espinoza, S, Evans, F, Faboya, O, Fadhili Bake, J, Fazecas, T, Fazli, MR, Fieggen, G, Figaji, A, Fils, JL, Fitzgerald, T, Flick, R, Fossi, G, Galiwango, G, Ganey, M, Adel, MG, Sabagh, VG, Gibikote, S, Gohil, H, Greenberg, S, Gruen, R, Hagander, L, Hamid, R, Hansen, E, & Harkness, W. (2019, January 1). Global Initiative for Children’s Surgery: A Model of Global Collaboration to Advance the Surgical Care of Children(Accepted). World Journal of Surgery,.

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