Duke Launches New Clinical Trials Website and Directory

Duke University School of Medicine, in partnership with the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Duke Office of Clinical Research (DOCR), has launched a new community-facing website about clinical research.

My Duke Research serves as a searchable directory of clinical studies and trials at Duke, offering a variety of filters to quickly find enrolling studies by location, health condition, keyword, and more. The new site also provides helpful information about clinical research, shares updates about current studies and research results, and highlights the connection between health research and community health. 

Duke CTSI's Research Equity and Diversity Initiative (READI) worked extensively with many community members to develop, test, and refine the website, a valuable resource for both the community and Duke investigators. The site was driven by the community, and the READI Community Advisory Council and other stakeholders invested significant time and energy into the development of this new tool that makes Duke research more accessible and inclusive.

The website, which is available in English and Spanish, features the following key sections:

  • Clinical Trials Directory: presents trials and studies seeking participants in a more approachable way.

  • About Clinical Research: provides website visitors with an overview of clinical research, clinical research FAQs, and information about how to participate in research.

  • Volunteer Registry: guides people on how to join the Duke Health Volunteer Registry.

  • Return of Results: presents lay-friendly, aggregate results of studies.

  • Trust Survey Results: displays the results of the Duke University Health System’s Trust and Trustworthiness survey and provides updates on the steps Duke is taking to address concerns.

  • Community Impact: highlights the connection between health research and population health in the community.

Visit My Duke Research.