We are living through a highly unusual interruption to activities at Duke, including our research. We are grateful for the spirit of cooperation and understanding with which our adjustments have been implemented. We will get through this challenge together and look forward to soon seeing operations at Duke return to normal.
CTSI staff continue to be available by email (email@example.com) and online video using WebEx. While we are no longer conducting in-person consultations or grant planning studios during Duke's 2019 Coronavirus response, we will continue to provide online support for grant protocol reviews, biostatistical, community engagement, project management, and pilot funding support. Please check our CTSI Consults webpage for the latest information about consultations or simply send us an email at your convenience.
Support Request Forms
All requests for support or consultation can be found on the CTSI Consult page, as well as via Duke’s MyResearchHome portal.
myRESEARCHhome has released a new COVID-19 Quick Links banner with consolidated links to important resources, including Research FAQs, Research Help from the myRESEARCHnavigators for specific questions, information/templates for notices to sponsors, and forms to notify Duke of COVID-19 related research.
In light of the COVID-19 situation, ALL active RFAs supported by the Duke CTSI are hereby suspended until further notice. We will NOT be accepting any new submissions for Letter of Intent (LoI) or Full Applications. Completed submissions (LOIs, Full Applications) that are pending are also on hold Once Duke and our collaborating partners return to regular operations, new timelines and application guidelines will be posted on this webpage and disseminated via regular communication channels. If you have already submitted a Letter of Intent (LoI) or Application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the Program Officer listed on your RFA for Program specific guidance.