DCRI Research Forum

DCRI Research Forum is a platform for thought leaders, visionaries, and educators to share ideas, innovations, and best practices with those who are instrumental in improving patient care and outcomes.

Our Vision:

  1. To share research findings with people who can apply them to improve patient care and outcomes
  2. To share lessons learned and best practices for clinical research so we can all do it better 

Join the discussion at DCRI North Pavilion's Lower Lecture Hall every other Tuesday from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. EST.

UPCOMING RESEARCH FORUMS

Tuesday, December 11

2018 AHA Highlights
DCRI Cardiovascular Fellows:
Angela Lowenstern, MD
Michael Nanna, MD
Stephen Greene, MD

Location Change: Imperial Building,
215 Morris Street, Suite 210

RECENT RESEARCH FORUMS

Tuesday, November 27

BEHAVIOR ECONOMICS AND INTERVENTIONS
Charlene Wong, MD, MSPH
Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Duke University

Charles Scales, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery
Department of Urology
Department of Population Health Sciences
Duke University

Tuesday, November 6

LUMBAR IMAGING WITH REPORTING OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
Jeffrey Jarvik, MD, MPH
Professor of Radiology
Departments of Neuroradiology, Health Services, and Neurological Surgery
Adjunct Professor
Departments of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
University of Washington Medicine

Tuesday, October 16

FROM CELLS TO PATIENTS TO POPULATIONS: THE MULTI-SCALE PROBLEM OF CANCER OVERTREATMENT
Mark D. Ryser, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Population Health Sciences
Department of Mathematics
Duke University

Tuesday, October 9

SEVEN DECADES OF DISCOVERY OF NHLBI: PERSPECTIVES ON TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH AND IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE
George A. Mesah, MD
Director Center for Translation Research and Implementation Science
Senior Advisor, Office of Director, NHLBI, NIH

Tuesday, October 2

EMPOWERING SITES TO SUCCEED IN THE EVOLVING RESEARCH ECOSYSTEM
Brad Hirsch, MD
CEO & Co-Founder, SignalPath
Medical Oncologist, Texas Oncology

Friday, September 21

RETHINKING EVIDENCE GENERATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Amy Abernathy, MD, PhD
Chief Medical Officer/Chief Scientific Officer & SVP, Oncology, Flatiron Health
Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine

Tuesday, September 18

USE OF mHEALTH TECHNOLOGY FACILITATED REMOTE MONITORING TO BRIDGE THE CARE GAP IN RURAL SETTINGS AND IMPROVE OUTCOMES IN HF
Deepak Kamath, MD
Assistant Professor, St. John's National Academy of Health Sciences

Research Forum Archives

Miss a recent Research Forum presentation? See a list of topics and access a full replay from our archives.

2018 Archive

2017 Archive

2016 Archive