Headlines & Deadlines | October 17, 2018

Why Are Black Women Less Likely To Stick With A Breast Cancer Follow-Up Treatment?

As a counselor, Niasha Fray saw firsthand the obstacles black women face in breast cancer treatment. She's now program director of the Duke Center for Community and Population Health Improvement.

Duke joins NC-based study to advance research through free and expanded health screening for newborn babies

Early Check, a new research study led by RTI International and a group of distinguished partners, including Duke, is now available for newborn babies in North Carolina. Early Check is a free screening study designed to identify children with rare health conditions before symptoms appear and study the benefits of early treatments.

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
Questions about these funding opportunities? Get answers at CTSI Office Hours.
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CTSI Office Hours (now in the Med Center Library)

Drop in to get assistance with your research project hurdles. CTSI Office Hours are held every Thursday from 2:30–4:00 p.m. in the Medical Center Library Room 212E (Level 2R of Seeley Mudd Building).

Developing a patient care or research app? Get advice from the experts at Duke.

The Mobile App Gateway is the entry point for support of digital health and mobile app research and development throughout Duke. MAG provides a variety of consultation services, tools, and education to those with an interest in creating and validating a mobile technology solution. We support custom app development from concept through deployment, and welcome you to reach out early in your projects. The Gateway is a conduit to resources at Duke and the local tech community.

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