NEWS AT DCRI
In keeping with our mission to share knowledge that improves the care of patients around the world, the DCRI is committed to bringing you the most up-to-date research news from our thought leaders, collaborators, and partners.
- The past, present, and future of IPF research at the DCRI January 15, 2019 – The DCRI has been on the forefront of research into the chronic and fatal lung disease. Little is known about the cause ...
- Former commissioners call for FDA to become independent federal agency January 9, 2019 – In a commentary published in Health Affairs, seven former FDA Commissioners call for the FDA to evolve into an independent federal ...
- TRANSFORM-HF team pioneers new type of clinical trial January 2, 2019 – One of the first DCRI studies of its kind could become a model for the future. Heart failure patients have a tendency to ...
Giving a Voice to OneDuke
The DCRI is proud to be a part of the Duke University School of Medicine, where multiple groups tackle opportunities across research, education, and clinical care on a daily basis. In a series of podcasts, School of Medicine Dean Mary Klotman, MD, shares insights and conversations about timely topics and issues that are vital to maintaining cohesion across Duke.
Translating Data into Action
Our biostatisticians and data scientists tailor the method to best address the research question.
Designing Studies That Unveil Truths
DCRI’s Nephrology is ideally positioned to advance clinical trials of all types.
Sharing Knowledge to Improve Outcomes
The findings of DCRI’s over 14,000 articles have been cited in more than 618,000 scientific articles.
Excellence in Mentoring Young Academic Clinicians
Leaders like DCRI founder Robert M. Califf, MD, not only shape the clinical research conducted by the DCRI, they’re committed to training the next generation of physician scientists. The American Heart Association recognized Califf for his contributions to teaching this November when he was awarded the 2018 Eugene Braunwald Award for Academic Mentoring. Califf used the opportunity to issue a call to service.
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