When Roger Neighborgall was asked during a recent transplant checkup if would consider joining OneDukeGen, a precision medicine study that will analyze DNA from 150,000 consented Duke patients, he didn’t hesitate. "Before it even came out of their mouths,” Neighborgall said, “I knew I was going to join.”
The Duke CTSI is proud to announce the appointment of Kanecia Zimmerman, MD, PhD, MPH, and Joe McClernon, PhD as faculty associate directors of the CTSI. Zimmerman will serve as the associate director of Engagement and Health Translation, and McClernon will serve as the associate director of Partnerships and Integration.
The Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is pleased to announce the launch of the Center for Precision Health (CPH), a collaboration that will harness the power of genomic, biomarker, and health data to transform patient care and population health.
Nine North Carolina Central University students presented on their internship experiences at the 2023 Duke-NCCU Bridge Office Internship Program Closing Ceremony.
Duke CTSI's Community Engaged Research Initiative and Recruitment Innovation Center support the AME Zion Health Equity Advocates & Liaisons partnership — a part of our commitment to equity in science, medicine, and health.
Samples and data from the MURDOCK Study helped Duke University researchers identify new indicators of fracture risk among older adults with type 2 diabetes.
Dane Whicker, PhD, works to improve equity, diversity, and inclusion for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community at Duke CTSI and other institutes across Duke.
Using samples and data from the MURDOCK Study, Duke University researchers have found more evidence linking the disruption of a key metabolic pathway with the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
Jillian Hurst, PhD, received an NIH Mentored Career Development (K01) Award for her research on the role of the upper respiratory microbiome in the development and recurrence of acute otitis media.