Research Networks Liaison Team

The Research Networks Liaison Team serves as the gateway for Duke investigators considering using various networks to which Duke belongs, including:

  • the Clinical Data Research Networks (CDRNs), such as PCORNet (connecting electronic health record systems around the country in a common data model to facilitate cohort assessment, study feasibility, collaborator identification and clinical outcomes data collection)
  • the Trial Innovation Network (TIN), which has linked all 64 CTSA institutions into a single clinical research network ready to engage in multicenter studies using highly efficient processes such as a central IRB and master clinical trial agreements.

Services provided by the Research Networks Liaison Team include:

  • Assistance with requests for EHR data and/or collaborators through the Clinical Data Research Networks 
  • Assistance with accessing resources for study development, from planning through study design, including identifying funding opportunities, grant development, informatics, biostatistics, and other services
  • Assistance with accessing the Trial Innovation Network, completing the TIN Proposal Submission Form, and obtaining letters of support from the CTSA Principal Investigator
  • Assistance with access to the Primary Care Research Consortium and submission to the PCRC Research Advisory Board

Contact the Duke Research Network Liaison Team by emailing Jamie Roberts, Senior Staff Director for the Duke Clinical Research Networks Community:

jamie.roberts@duke.edu
(904) 412-4776