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.
- Hyperlipidemia Not Associated With Cardiovascular Risk in Older Adults August 20, 2019 – Recent findings suggest that elevations in low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels may not confer additional risk in populations 75 or older. Although hyperlipidemia ...
- DCRI and Responsum Health Announce Collaboration to Connect Uterine Fibroids Patients August 13, 2019 – Responsum Health, a company that creates patient platforms for chronic diseases, will create a patient-centered information portal and community hub that ...
- DCRI Study Finds New Predictor of Health Care Costs August 6, 2019 – New findings from the DCRI suggest that how military service members interpret their pain may be able to predict pain-related costs ...
Sharing Knowledge Through Collaboration
A key tenet of the Duke Clinical Research Institute’s mission is to share knowledge. One way in which we achieve this goal is by offering access to select data sets from our collaborations, clinical trials, and relevant observational studies. The DCRI fosters transparency and openness in research, enabling researchers to more rapidly build upon previous work and allowing patients to gain access to needed therapies more quickly.
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.
Meet the 2019-20 DCRI Co-Chief Fellows
The newly selected co-chief fellows, Adam Nelson, MD, and Anna Hung, PhD, discuss what they’ve learned from their first year of fellowship, as well as their visions for the next academic year as they help to shape the DCRI Fellowship Program for a group of fellows from diverse therapeutic areas and research interests.
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