Duke CTSI Community Engaged Research Initiative (CERI) Announces 2022-23 Population Health Improvement Awards Recipients
The Duke CTSI Community Engaged Research Initiative (CERI) team is delighted to announce the recipients of its 2022-23 Population Health Improvement Awards. These annua
Three new scholars have been accepted to the Duke CTSA TL1 Pre-Doctoral Training Program.
Faculty Appointment: Faculty Lead – Team Science
Three scholars have been selected for this year’s Borden Scholarship: Jacob Heggestad, Chin Yee Tan, and Wenxin Tong.
In February, research team members at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) were published in the Journal of Cervical Cancer Research, highlighting their use of ethnodramas
A popular, free community health program hosted by the Duke Clinical and Translational Science (CTSI) office in Kannapolis with local physician partners has returned.
Duke CTSI announces the publication of a new case study, "Biopsychosocial Determinants of Pain in Sickle Cell Disease," a research study led by Dr.