The Duke Clinical Research Institute, part of the Duke University School of Medicine, is the world’s largest academic clinical research organization. We conduct innovative research to deliver on our mission to share knowledge that improves the care of patients around the world. DCRI projects are led by physician scientists whose grounding in patient care helps to inform their research, and supported by staff who have deep expertise in operationalizing global studies.
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- The Rise of Telehealth During COVID-19 June 4, 2020 – A recent paper details how telehealth has been implemented and should continue to be used through three stages of a pandemic. Two ...
- PTN, CTTI Partner on Study, Identify Risk Factors for Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia June 3, 2020 – The study team used pediatric patients’ electronic health records to identify patients eligible for the study. A paper recently published in the ...
- DCRI Cardiologists Help to Define Care Pathway for Patients with COVID-19 May 28, 2020 – In response to a wide array of cardiovascular complications seen in patients with COVID-19, the Duke Health system has developed a ...
Partnering to Find Answers for Patients
By leveraging partnerships with industry sponsors, government entities, and other academic institutions, the DCRI conducts innovative and impactful clinical research.
An Emphasis on Evidence
Through DCRI Digital Health Solutions, our researchers apply clinical insights to digital health innovation, helping to advance groundbreaking applications that improve health outcomes.
Sharing Knowledge Virtually
As many conferences held by professional societies adopt a virtual format due to COVID-19, our researchers are committed to sharing findings online.