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Headlines & Deadlines | October 31, 2018

Project Baseline Aims to Ward Off Illness Before We Get Sick

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.

How Duke is modernizing the clinical research workforce

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.

Mobile App Gateway celebrates one-year anniversary

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. 

NC mill town once made sheets and towels. Now it draws volunteers for medical research

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. 

CTSI Translational Accelerator Research Funding
Deadline: Nov 8, 2018

  • Up to $150,000
  • Purpose: To support cross-disciplinary scientific research addressing the development of therapies, diagnostics, or devices applicable to human disease, clinical research trials (excluding Phase 2 and beyond), epidemiological studies, and/or community-based research
  • More information and application details

CTSI Transformative Research Agreements
Deadline: Nov 8, 2018 

  • Up to $500,000
  • Purpose: To support the development of mature research with the potential to attract significant interest for external partnering, thus enabling and accelerating translation of research out of the academic environment
  • More information and application details

Duke CTSA KL2 Program
Deadline: Nov 30, 2018

  • Each year, three Duke CTSA KL2 Scholars are selected.
  • Each scholar will be awarded 75% total protected effort for 3 years, up to $20,000/year for research expenses, and up to $2,500/year for travel to professional meetings.
  • Learn more about the program and apply here.
Want assistance identifying appropriate funding opportunities?
Contact ctsifunding@duke.edu
Workshops & Seminars

Have an innovation? Meet the Duke Office of Licensing and Ventures.

OLV is where Duke innovations connect with industrial, entrepreneurial, legal and investment resources to create the partnerships necessary for launching innovations into the marketplace. RSVP today for Invented at Duke on November 8 to connect with Duke researchers, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and investors.

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