Research Conferences

Research Conferences

The DCRI Research Conference Video Programs include subjects of great interest presented by highly sought-after speakers and are intended for physicians, fellows and residents, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants.

Conferences are held most Tuesdays, noon-1:00 pm Eastern time, Lower Level Lecture Hall in the DCRI North Pavilion building in Durham, NC and live-streamed on YouTube

Please note: Per CME guidelines, credit can only be given 15 minutes into the live stream viewing on the day of the conference and 60 minutes past the end of the presentation.

Upcoming Research Conferences

Ivan Oransky, MD - March 28
Retractions, Post-Publication Peer Review and Fraud: Scientific Publishing’s Wild West

2017 Research Conference Archives

Ann Marie Navar, MD, PhD - March 21
Using Cardiovascular Disease Risk to Guide Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Treatment

Roxana Mehran, MD - March 7
DAPT and TRIPLE Therapy:  Update on the Latest Evidence for Patients with CAD Undergoing PCI

Ying Xian, MD, PhD; Emily O’Brien, PhD; Kirk Jernigan; Deidre; Hannah, MSN, RN; Lesley Maisch, BA - February 28
From Engagement to Long-Term Commitment: Partnering with Patients beyond the Honeymoon Period

Robert Califf, MD - February 21
Lessons from FDA Pertinent to DCRI

Brenda Hemmelgarn, MD, PhD - February 14
Enhancing Patient Care in the Community Using Health Information Technology: Examples from Chronic Kidney Disease

Raphael Valdivia, PhD - February 7
The Basic Science Culture at Duke: Strengthening Ties to the Clinical and Translational World

Shelby Reed, PhD; Reed Johnson, PhD; Juan Marcos Gonzalez, PhD - January 31
From Stories to Evidence: Quantifying Patient Preferences in Evidence-Based Medicine

Danny Benjamin, MD, PhD; P. Brian Smith, MD; Christoph Hornik, MD, PhD; Lori Poole, PMP; Renee Pridgen; Pamela Buchholz - January 24
Clinical Operations – Innovations and Networks

SPECIAL SESSION: Amy Abernethy, MD, PhD - January 13
Real-World Evidence in Oncology: From Vision to Reality

2016 Research Conference Archives

Sharon Terry, MA - December 13
Engagement on Steroids: Why People Matter

Craig Reist, PhD, Schuyler Jones, MD, and Manesh Patel, MD - December 6
Large Outcome Trial in Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease: Lessons Learned from EUCLID

Daniel Laskowitz, MD, and Michael James, MD - November 29
Neuroscience Medicine: Focus on Translation

Saro H. Armenian, DO, MPH - November 8
Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer: Emerging Paradigms in Biology, Prevention, and Treatment

Zubin Eapen, MD; Eric Eisenstein, DBA - November 1
Million Hearts Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Model: A Different Type of Registry Trial

Marc Bonaca, MD - October 25
Secondary Prevention for Atherosclerotic Vascular Disease

Wayne Rosamond, PhD - October 18
The Comprehensive Post-Acute Stroke Services (COMPASS) Study: A Pragmatic Trial in North Carolina

Pam Douglas, MD; Dan Mark, MD - October 11
Harvesting the Promise of PROMISE: Lessons Learned, Next Steps

Adam DeVore, MD - October 4
CONNECTing the Dots to Improve Heart Failure Care

Larry A. Allen, MD, MHS - September 27
Patient Decision Support in Advanced Illness: Heuristics, Tool Development, and Stepped Wedge Implementation

Kim Blackwell, MD - September 20
Understanding and Treating Triple Negative Breast Cancer – Global Investigations Between Duke-US and Duke-NUS

Joseph Hill, MD, PhD - September 13
Epigenetic Control of mTOR in Cardiovascular Disease

Nick Wysham, MD; Chris Fordyce, MD - June 28
Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Prognosis and Strategies to Improve Survival & Learning Health Using Patient-Supplied Data in Chronic Lung Disease

Robert Mentz, MD - June 7
Improving Outcomes for Patients with Heart Failure through Collaboration and Innovation

Janet Prvu Bettger, Emily O'Brien, Ying Xian, Carmen Graffagnino, Jennifer Goldsack - May 31
Stroke - Not Just an Old Person's Way to Die - New Insights Into Prevention, Treatment and Recovery

Andrew Muir, MD - May 24
HCV Can be Cured. Is Eradication Possible?

Jonathan Piccini, MD - May 17
The Drama of Randomized Clinical Trials in Atrial Fibrillation: Tragedies and Comedies

Ben Goldstein, PhD and Pamela Barth - May 10
Clinical Research with Electronic Health Records: What & How?

Kishan Parikh, MD, and Tiffany Randolph, MD - April 26
Resting Heart Rate and Long-Term Outcomes in Blacks: Insights from the Jackson Heart Study (Dr. Parikh) and Implications of 2014 Blood Pressure Guidelines on African Americans (Dr.Randolph)

Jessica Mega, MD, MPH - April 19
Using Technology to Accelerate Innovative Clinical Research

Dave D'Alessio, MD - April 12
Regulation of Glucose Homeostasis by GLP-1

Michael Cohen-Wolkowiez, MD, PhD - March 29
Duke Clinical Research Unit: A Unique Resource for Clinical Trials, Innovation, and Training

Kevin Schulman, MD - March 22
The Pivot – Moving from Fee for Service to Bundles

Deborah Fisher, MD - March 15
Overuse and Underuse of Colonoscopy for Colorectal Cancer Screening and Surveillance

Will Ellaissi - March 8
Building the Infrastructure to Promote Transformative Innovation at DukeHealth

Tien Yin Wong, MBBS, MPH, PhD - March 1
Lessons in Building the SingHealth & Duke-NUS Research Culture

Jeff Clough, MD - February 23
Improving Value through Alternative Payment Models

Thomas Owens, MD; Jonathan Bae, MD - February 16
DUHS Quality: Present State & Future Directions

Iain Sanderson, BM, BCh, MSc - February 9
Weaving Informatics into the IT infrastructure for Clinical Research: the Duke Experience

Laura Beskow, PhD - February 2
Empirical Bioethics and the Mysterious Case of ‘Informed’ Consent

Stanley Hazen, MD - January 26
Gut Microbes, TMAO, and Cardiorenal Diseases

MLK Celebration - January 19
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Celebration Event

Hernandez, MD, L. Curtis, PhD, K. Weinfurt, PhD - January 5
NIH Collaboratory: Creating the Knowledge Base for Pragmatic Trials