The Clinical Research Equity Scholars Program, a collaborative initiative between Durham Technical Community College and Duke CTSI, kicked off during an information session at Durh
Duke School of Medicine is a recipient of a $550,000 institutional grant funded by the American Heart Association through the COVID-19 Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists (FRCS) collaborative.
At age 93, Pearl Asbury joined a study at the Duke CTSI office in Kannapolis at the North Carolina Research Campus to better understand kidn
Duke Receives $2.65M Grant to Increase Diversity and Equity, Opens New Clinical Research Center in Durham
Duke CTSI, Duke University School of Medicine, and Duke University Health System together have launched a new initiative aimed at achieving equitable representation in clinical research.
Family caregivers of people living with dementia were experiencing significant loss, isolation, and stress even before the pandemic began.
Duke School of Medicine’s Dean Klotman recently announced key leadership appointments to address the rapid growth in and importance of harnessing health data as a tool.
North Carolina Central University (NCCU) presented an October ethnodrama centered on the COVID-19 pandemic.