The Department of Medicine is committed to the success of our research faculty and trainees.
Through this page and the MedicineNews blog, we strive to present the many resources and opportunities available to you as you plan your research career.
myRESEARCHhome is a portal for the Duke Research Community. Funded by the Duke CTSA, it provides all your relevant applications and information in one place and connects you to the myRESEARCHnavigators for assistance. MRH is your gateway to all things research at Duke. Need help finding a resource? Call a myRESEARCHnavigator: 919-684-2243, option 4.
Resources to support your research career at Duke
Download and print this list of resources for engaging in research in the Department of Medicine, whether you are a medical student, resident, fellow, or faculty member.
Duke Translational Medicine Institute and the Duke CTSA have created an extensive directory of resources of all aspects of the research continuum — from preclinical research to randomized clinical trials to point-of-care and community-based studies.
The Medicine Endeavor to Nurture Trainees to Research Success (MENTORS) program is a Department of Medicine initiative to help research fellows maximize the opportunities of their research time.
Research Resources from the Department of Medicine
- Resources to support your research career in the Department of Medicine
- Science Culture & Accountability Plan (SCAP)
- DoM Chair's Research Award
- Research Incentive Plan
- DoM Research Development Council
- Grant templates, examples and sample letters of support
- Guidelines for requesting a letter of support from DOM chair
- Annual Research Retreat and Fellows Research Retreat
- Frequently asked questions about research
- MENTORS program for fellows interested in research
Research opportunities for underrepresented minorities
- Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research
- Network of Minority Health Research Investigators
- Programs to Increase Diversity among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research