Research Services at Duke
Duke’s portal for research-related tasks and information, including funding opportunities, training, and IRB and financial information. (Duke NetID login required)
- Duke Office of Clinical Research
DOCR provides navigation, tools and training to support the conduct of clinical research in which Duke serves as an investigative site. DOCR is a consolidated group of research support professionals who are skilled in all aspects of clinical research, including study startup, database development and project coordination.
- DGHI Evidence Lab
The DGHI Evidence Lab conducts objective, high-quality evaluations of global health programs, interventions and technologies in order to provide evidence of impact.
- DGHI Research Design & Analysis Core
The DGHI Research Design & Analysis Core uses rigorous design and analytic methods to strengthen global health research and education through meaningful collaboration with its faculty and students.
SOPs and Policies
- Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Clinical Trials
The Clinical Trials Unit at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center has prepared numerous SOPs for clinical trials that meet NIH requirements. DGHI is pleased to share these documents with others who are working in resource-limited locations. Although most of these SOPs were developed for AIDS clinical trials, many of these documents can be modified and extrapolated to meet your specific project needs.
- DGHI Scholarly Culture and Accountability Plan (PDF)
Global Health Resources at Duke Libraries
- Perkins Library
Global health subject guides, collections, research support, workshops and consultations
- Medical Center Library
Global health subject guides, bibliographic instruction, collection development
- Data and GIS Services
Data and GIS resources, visualization, workshops and consultations
Library Research Consultation
Subject specialist librarians are available to help you and your students do effective research for papers and presentations. Call on them as you plan your research or assignments, or to schedule a hands-on library session for your students.