Bryan Batch, MD, joined Duke CTSI in 2023 as faculty director of the Duke-NCCU Bridge Office. In this role, Dr. Batch works closely with Duke and NCCU leadership to create opportunities for multidisciplinary collaborations and ensure that faculty, investigators, and trainees at all career levels have access to core resources and services to do innovative research.
Community Engaged Research Initiative
Kenisha Bethea joined Duke CTSI in June 2017 as a Research Program Lead. She focuses on projects related to improving population health through community engagement with Duke and the Durham community to foster understanding and trust to ensure all members of the community are served.
Duke/NCCU Collaborative Translational Research Awards
Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery
Anita Brantley brings 20 years of experience in clinical research study management in both industry and NIH trials with an emphasis on study startup, contract and budget negotiation, regulatory oversight; as well as operational and personnel management.
For the CTSI, Rebecca Brouwer serves as the senior staff member for the Navigation and Team Science Community. In addition, she provides strategic and operational leadership of engagement activities for Duke researchers across campus. In her role, she interacts campus-wide with researchers and administrators to ensure coordination and synergy of efforts between various offices, programs, tools, and initiatives.