The DCRI’s mission is to develop and share knowledge that improves the care of patients around the world through innovative clinical research. One of the primary ways in which the DCRI shares knowledge is through scientific publications. These publications are the result of successful collaborations with academic partners and government and industry sponsors. Through these strong relationships, we ensure that evidence moves forward, facilitating change through science that has a measurable impact on patients’ lives.
Since 1996, the DCRI has disseminated more than 15,000 publications; our findings have been cited in more than 760,000 scientific articles.
In FY19, DCRI researchers
- Published more than 1,300 scholarly articles, more than 260 of which appeared in top-tier journals; and
- Collaborated with more than 6,500 co-authors from nearly 1,900 institutions in 72 countries.
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.”