Duke has a number of resources to support researchers engaged in basic, translational and clinical research. Researchers should familiarize themselves with the resources listed at the Duke University and Duke University School of Medicine research websites. A sampling of these resources are listed below.
Community Engaged Research Initiative (CERI)
CERI faculty advisors and operational staff work with Duke researchers and community members to facilitate equitable, authentic, and robust community-engaged research to improve health.
This team provides pilot funding, project management expertise and logistical support to help translate Duke science from discovery to deployment.
Duke Institute for Health Innovation (DIHI)
DIHI promotes innovation in health and health care through high-impact innovation pilots, leadership development and cultivation of a community of entrepreneurship.
Discover Data @ Duke
Discover Data @ Duke is a collaborative effort among multiple data-focused entities, Duke libraries, and the Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute to provide a one-stop shop for Duke investigators to learn about and request access to a wealth of data resources.
Duke researchers on the campus and in the medical center are awarded nearly $500 million per year from government agencies, consistently placing the university in the top ten among U.S. research universities. This page offers various resources at Duke to begin your own search for funding.
Duke Research Funding
The Office of Research Support provides this extensive, on-line database of funding opportunities as a resouece for the entire Duke University research community. You can also subscribe to the Duke Funding Alert newsletter.
Duke Project Management Community of Practice
The Duke Project Management Community of Practice provides professional development and a professional network for project managers; education and opportunities for students, faculty, and staff; and a repository for best practices, tools, and resources in project management.
The Innovation Co-Lab is a creativity incubator, focused on exploring how new and emerging technologies can fundamentally reshape the research, academic, and service missions of the university.
Mobile App Gateway
The Duke Mobile App Gateway is a collaborative effort designed to help Duke faculty and students who are interested in mobile application development.
MRH is a self-service portal accessed via your Duke NetID that offers access to a host of research tools at Duke.
myRESEARCHnavigators helps investigators identify relevant resources, connect with experts and understand processes and best practices for conducting research at Duke.
Office of Regulatory Affairs and Quality (ORAQ)
ORAQ supports the clinical research community at Duke University by offering regulatory and quality assurance support in all aspects of clinical research from preclinical requirements to first-in-human studies and beyond.
Recruitment Innovation Center (RIC)
The RIC provides Duke's clinical research community with connections, collaborations and resources to support efficient and effective engagement, recruitment and retention, including strategic planning, data-driven tactics, and patient engagement resources.
Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF)
SMIF is an interdisciplinary, shared resource open to Duke University researchers from all schools and departments—as well as to users from other universities, government laboratories and industry.
Translational Population Health Research (TransPop)
The TransPop team leverages a unique combination of assets and tools, including a groundbreaking longitudinal community registry and biorepository (the MURDOCK Study), to accelerate population health research, tailoring these capabilities to support the research needs of the Duke research community and collaborating research teams.
Trial Innovation Network (TIN)
Duke's TIN is an innovative collaboration addressing critical roadblocks in clinical research and accelerating the translation of novel interventions into life-saving therapies.