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.
- New Quadruple Therapy Shows Promise, But More Data are Needed December 4, 2019 – In a recent editorial in Circulation, the DCRI’s Michael Felker, MD, raises questions that the heart failure field should consider in ...
- Proteins in Plasma Could Provide Information about IPF Disease Severity December 3, 2019 – A study of proteins in plasma taken from patients in the IPF-PRO registry found that patients with IPF have a distinct ...
- To Leverage Power of Machine Learning, Focus on Implementation is Needed November 26, 2019 – With machine learning on the rise, DCRI’s Eric Peterson, MD, MPH, takes a retrospective look at prior efforts to implement risk ...
DCRI Shares Innovative Research, Thought Leadership at AHA 2019
DCRI faculty, fellows, and operational leaders shared knowledge and sought out new opportunities for collaboration during the 2019 AHA Scientific Sessions November 16-18 in Philadelphia. Our experts discussed and debated late-breaking science, outcomes research, prevention, clinical research methodologies, and more.
A Pragmatic Approach to Respiratory Research
Respiratory research at the DCRI is distinguished by world-class faculty leading cutting-edge programs in airway biology, environmental-health sciences, and lung fibrosis.
Quantifying the Patient Voice: PrefER
As part of the DCRI's continuing commitment to patient-centered, evidence-based medicine, researchers in the PrefER group are translating patients' concerns and preferences into quantitative scientific evidence.
GI Research that Spans the Disease Spectrum
Clinical-translational and basic science experts come together to seek out bold and creative innovations in the treatment of Gastroenterology conditions.
DCRI Faculty Recognized on Global “Highly Cited” List
Fifty-four researchers from Duke, including nine from the DCRI, were recognized for their high citation rates.
This year’s “Highly Cited Researchers” recognizes nine researchers from the DCRI as “researchers with broad community influence.” The list, which is released annually by ISI-Web of Science, calculates how many times authors’ work appear in the citations of other papers. The list also enables a global comparison of academic institutions’ citation rates—Duke University, with 54 researchers recognized, is in a four-way tie for eighth most cited university.
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