The New York Times recently published an article about Project Baseline, highlighting Duke’s role in the groundbreaking clinical research study that Duke CTSI manages in Durham and Kannapolis.
A team of Duke authors, including lead author Rebecca Brouwer and senior author Denise Snyder, has been selected to receive the Rod Rose Award for best article in the Journal of Research Administration, 2017.
In its first year in existence, the Duke Mobile App Gateway has established itself as a collaborative resource for Duke faculty and students interested in using technology like apps, connected devices, and text messaging to conduct research and improve health care delivery.
The MURDOCK Study, led by Duke researchers, is among the largest medical studies of a single U.S. community. The study, and the Cabarrus County/Kannapolis community where it is based, were featured in the Charlotte Observer recently.