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

The discussions take place every Tuesday from 12 p.m.–1 p.m. ET at DCRI North Pavilion Lower Lecture Hall and are livestreamed on YouTube with 30 minutes for didactic presentation and 30 minutes for interactive Q&A, panels, debate, and more!

Research Forum on
Tuesday, June 12

RESEARCH PARTNERS: QUALCORE AND THE BASE LAB (BIOETHICS, HUMANITIES, AND HISTORY OF MEDICINE)

Amy Corneli, PhD, MPH
Director, QualCore and the BASE Lab
Associate Professor in Population Health Sciences and in Medicine
Faculty Associate for the Duke Initiative for Science & Society, and of the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities, and History of Medicine
Faculty Member of the Duke Clinical Research Institute

Brian Perry, MPH
Manager, QualCore and the BASE Lab
Senior Research Program Leader, Population Health Sciences

2018 SPRING SERIES

JUNE 5

IMPROVING PHARMACOTHERAPY IN PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE: A STUDY OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE DOSING ON ECMO

Samantha Dallefeld, MD
Co-Chief Fellow, Dept of Pediatrics

HEART DISEASE AND END OF LIFE CARE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Haider Warrach, MD
Fellow, Dept. of Cardiology

MAY 22

ASSESSING HOW A CHILD FEELS & FUNCTIONS USING PATIENT-REPORTED AND ACTIVITY DATA

Bryce Reeve, PhD
Director, Center for Health Measurement
Professor of Population Health Sciences and Pediatrics
Duke University

MAY 15

HEALTHCARE CYBERWAR: KEEPING OUR PATIENTS AND OUR RESEARCH SAFE FROM HACKTIVISTS, NATION STATES, AND CYBER TERRORISTS

Jeffrey Ferranti, MD, MHS
Vice President & Chief Information Officer
Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Informatics
Duke Health

May 1

RESEARCH WITHOUT WALLS

Geeta K. Swamy, MD
Senior Associate Dean, Clinical Research
Vice Chair, Research & Faculty Development
Associate Professor, ObGyn
Duke School of Medicine

April 24

DYNAMIC PREDICTION OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE PROGRESSION: THE BIG DATA APPROACH

Sheng Luo, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics
Duke University

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