DCRI Research Forum

DCRI Research Forum is a platform for thought leaders, visionaries, and educators to share ideas, innovations, and best practices with those who are instrumental in improving patient care and outcomes.

Our Vision:

  1. To share research findings with people who can apply them to improve patient care and outcomes
  2. To share lessons learned and best practices for clinical research so we can all do it better

The discussions take place every Tuesday from 12-1pm ET at DCRI North Pavilion Lower Lecture Hall and are livestreamed on YouTube with 30 minutes for didactic presentation and 30 minutes for interactive Q&A, panels, debate, and more!

Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 17 for the continuation of our 2017-2018 series!

REPRESENTATIVENESS OF EHR DATA SOURCES: THREE CASE STUDIES AND A PANEL

Emily O’Brien, PhD
Assistant Professor
Duke University School of Medicine
Department of Population Health Sciences

Lauren Cohen, MA
Program Manager,
PCORnet Coordinating Center Pragmatic Health
Systems Research
DCRI

Tracy Wang, MD, MHS, MSc
Director, DCRI Education
Fellowship Associate Program Director Associate Professor of Medicine, Cardiology

Lisa Wruck, PhD
Director,
Center for Predictive Medicine Duke Clinical Research Institute

2017-2018 FALL SERIES

September 12

INTRODUCTION TO FALL SERIES AND HEALTH DATA SCIENCES

Eric Peterson, MD, MPH
Executive Director, DCRI
Professor of Medicine, Cardiology

Michael Pencina, PhD
Director of Biostatistics
DCRI Faculty Associate Director
Professor of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics

 

September 19

RISK STRATIFICATION FOR STROKE IN AF: A CRITIQUE

Bernard Gersh, MB, Ch.B, D.Phil
Professor of Medicine, Emeritus
Division of Cardiovascular Diseases
Department of Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic

September 26

LEVERAGING THE EHR IN A GLOBAL MEGA-TRIAL 

Brad Hammill, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Population Health Sciences
Duke University

Sudha Raman, PhD
Instructor
Department of Population Health Sciences
Duke University

October 3

POPULATION AND INDIVIDUALIZED HEALTH (PRECISION MEDICINE): TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN

Scott Zeger, PhD
Professor of Biostatistics,
Epidemiology and International Health Division of Global Disease Epidemiology and Control Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

october 10

FRONTIERS OF CLINICAL RESEARCH

Charles Carter, PharmD, MBA
Associate Professor,
Clinical Research College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Campbell University

Research Forum Archives

Miss a recent Research Forum presentation? See a list of topics and access a full replay from our archives.

2017 Archive

2016 Archive