Led by Drs. Clarissa Diamantidis, Virginia Wang, and Ebony Boulware in General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine and the Department of Population Health Sciences, The Duke Center for Health Outcomes and Innovation Research (CHOIR), will create an intellectual home for research and clinical innovation programs focusing on health outcomes and prevention.
The new center will hold its first seminar on August 29, 2019, with a presentation by Dr. Molly Conroy, the Division Chief of General Internal Medicine at Utah Health. Dr. Conroy will present Pragmatic Approaches to Addressing Lifestyle in Primary Care using Technology and Team-Based Approaches. Learn more about the event and RSVP to attend here.
“We are thrilled to launch CHOIR with Dr. Conroy’s visit on the 29th. We are hopeful CHOIR will serve as a platform to bring together the incredibly diverse clinical researchers and research methods here at Duke.”
Clarissa Diamantidis, MD
More About Duke CHOIR
The center specializes in:
- Multidisciplinary Science
- Research Design & Conceptualization
- Applying Rigorous Methods
- Utilizing Unique Data Resources
- Developing Partnerships
- Translating Findings into Real-World Practice
Learn more on the Duke CHOIR website.