Creating opportunities for multidisciplinary collaborations
The Duke-NCCU Bridge Office works closely with Duke and NCCU leadership to create opportunities for multidisciplinary collaborations and ensure that faculty, investigators, and trainees at all career levels have access to core resources and services to do innovative research. This partnership is expected to strengthen ties between the two academic institutions in a strategic effort to improve health outcomes, create pipeline programs to diversify the future clinical research sciences workforce, build new research teams, and expand infrastructure to support underrepresented minority researchers.
To strategically align institutional capabilities that will advance bidirectional collaborations, enhance and support high-impact translational research, inter-professional learning and community engagement between researchers, clinicians, students, staff, and community stakeholders.
To enrich learning and advance clinical research by developing and supporting mutually beneficial partnerships amongst Duke University & Health Care System, North Carolina Central University and the communities they serve.
Undi Hoffler, PhD
Director of Research Compliance and Technology Transfer,
North Carolina Central University