Susanna Naggie Named Director of CTSI
Mary E. Klotman, MD, dean of the Duke University School of Medicine, announced today that Susanna Naggie, MD, MHS, has been named director of the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), effective immediately.
Svati Shah Awarded Distinguished Professorship
Svati H. Shah, MD, MHS, director of CTSI's research site at Duke Kannapolis, has been awarded a Distinguished Professorship.
Duke Launches Site for COVID Vaccine Study Among Health Care Workers
The Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is collaborating with Duke Emergency Medicine on a public health surveillance project dubbed Preventing Emerging Infections Through Vaccine Effectiveness Testing, or PREVENT II. Anyone who works at a Duke Health location and has recently been tested for COVID-19, whether positive or negative for infection, may be eligible to participate.
2022 CTSI Translational Impact Report: Advancing Equity
This Impact Report showcases many of our accomplishments over the past year. We invite you to review these highlights and learn more about Duke CTSI’s contributions to meaningful and equitable health improvement within our communities and beyond.
Duke Kannapolis Data Tool Accelerates Research for Investigators
With just a few clicks, a new data exploration tool developed by the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) research site in Kannapolis enables Duke investigators to quickly identify populations of interest, accelerating their research.
Duke Kannapolis Director Outlines Future at North Carolina Research Campus
Svati H. Shah, MD, MHS, spoke to partners at the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC) about the pivotal role of Duke Kannapolis at the 350-acre translational science hub focused on human health and nutrition.
President Price Applauds Research, Innovation at Duke Kannapolis Campus
During roundtable discussions with Duke collaborators, local leaders, and study participants, Duke University President Vincent Price spent his historic visit learning more about the unique research facility that has enrolled nearly 14,000 volunteers in dozens of studies using a successful community-engaged research model. Duke Kannapolis is a part of the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI).
Journal Publishes Duke Kannapolis COVID Study Methods Paper
The American Journal of Translational Research (AJTR) published a paper about the methods and design of Duke CTSI’s COVID-19 research project based at Duke Kannapolis.
Changes in Project Baseline Health Study Participants with Prediabetes Predict Increased Risk for Diabetes
Project Baseline Health Study participants with prediabetes demonstrated changes in cardiac, pulmonary, and hematology measures — as well as declines in physical function and sleep — that precede diabetes. Some of these changes over four years of follow-up predicted an increased risk of progression to diabetes.
Journal Publishes Duke Kannapolis COVID Pilot Study
The first publication from Duke CTSI's COVID research study based at Duke Kannapolis appears in the July 31 special issue of Diagnostics, an open access journal by MDPI.