As part of the Duke University School of Medicine, the Duke Clinical Research Institute is known for conducting groundbreaking multinational clinical trials, managing major national patient registries, and performing landmark outcomes research.
DCRI research spans multiple disciplines, from pediatrics to geriatrics, primary care to subspecialty medicine, and genomics to proteomics. The DCRI also is home to the Duke Databank for Cardiovascular Diseases, the largest and oldest institutional cardiovascular database in the world, which continues to inform clinical decision-making 40 years after its founding.
At a glance:
*Conducted studies at more than 37,000 sites in 65 countries
*Completed more than 970 phase I-IV clinical trials, patient outcomes studies, and comparative effectiveness analyses
*Employs more than 1,200 employees, including more than 220 faculty
*Manages numerous national patient registries
*Enrolled more than 1.2 million patients in DCRI studies
*Published more than 8,300 papers in peer-reviewed journals
The DCRI’s mission is to develop and share knowledge that improves the care of patients around the world through innovative clinical research. Thanks to the more than 1,200 faculty and staff employed here, the DCRI is capable of conducting any clinical research project, from the smallest pilot study to truly global megatrials and from medical device trials to outcomes and quality-of–life analyses.
Because we actively support and cultivate an environment of professional growth and development, new and exciting opportunities arise within the DCRI often. As such, we are seeking bright, driven people to join our ever-growing team of stellar faculty and staff. Visit https://dcri.org/about-us/careers/ for more information.