About Duke CTSI
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The Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) catalyzes and accelerates the innovation and translation of scientific discoveries into health benefits for patients and communities through collaborative research. Our NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) funding enables us to offer programs, project management and navigator services, and data sharing and informatics resources that provide essential support to move ideas from the laboratory through early-phase clinical trials, and facilitate education for current and future translational medicine researchers. For more information, visit ctsi.duke.edu.
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Duke CTSI Office of Strategic Communications
The CTSI Office of Strategic Communications develops content for this website and supports the editing, writing, and graphics for all Duke CTSI programs and initiatives. The team also directs the content for social media, email communications, videos, photography, graphic design, and print materials.
Office of Strategic Communication Staff
- Ben Miller, Communications Strategist
- Carolyn Dean, Communications Specialist
- Emily Ford, Clinical Research Communications Specialist
- Julie McKeel, Director of Strategic Communications
- Matt Ray, Communications Strategist
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