Duke's Research Site in Kannapolis
Duke Kannapolis functions as an engine to accelerate population health research, featuring a diverse community of engaged research participants and supporting the Duke research community and external collaborators and partners.
The Duke CTSI clinical research facility in Kannapolis, N.C. manages a wide variety of research projects focusing on the exploration and discovery and validation of biomarkers that will inform a deeper understanding of health and disease. Founded in 2007, Duke Kannapolis has enrolled more than 13,000 participants using a successful community-based engagement model.
Co-located on the North Carolina Research Campus near Charlotte with seven University of North Carolina research institutes and a public health department, the Duke Kannapolis facility features more than 10,000 square feet of clinical research space.