Ways to Partner With Duke
Intellectual Property Licensing
Recruitment of Students
Professional Development / Executive Education
Access to Faculty for Consulting
In-Kind Gifts of Equipment
Philanthropic Monetary Gifts
Entrepreneurship Seed Funding
Research Resources Unique to Duke
Biobanking resources at Duke include shared resources specializing in biological solid and liquid sample handling, external commercial biobanking services, referral to available biospecimen collections, and biobanking education for researchers.
Developing, sharing, and implementing knowledge that improves health around the world through innovative clinical research.
Reaching across business, engineering, environment, law, policy, and the arts and sciences to educate tomorrow’s energy innovators, develop new solutions through research, and improve energy decisions by engaging business and government leaders.
The Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI) continues to lead with cutting edge vaccine research against infectious diseases that impact global health. The investigators at the DHVI conduct basic and translational research to develop novel vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics for diseases such as HIV-1, tuberculosis, influenza, syphilis, gonorrhea, cytomegalovirus, rotavirus, parainfluenza, zika flavivirus, plague and now SARS-CoV-2.
Providing a vibrant hub for all who share our vision of making neuroscience greater than the sum of its parts by integrating schools, disciplines, analysis and education to accelerate breakthroughs and benefit society.
A unique “vertical” quantum institute that conducts research on the entire stack of a quantum information system.
Providing an outstanding educational and research environment to train engineers who go on to profoundly impact industry and medicine, and to make original, substantial contributions to the field of photonics and optical science.
The Robert J. Margolis, MD, Center for Health Policy was established in January 2016 with a $16.5 million gift from Duke medical school alumnus Robert J. Margolis and his wife Lisa, through the Robert and Lisa Margolis Family Foundation. Duke-Margolis catalyzes Duke University's leading capabilities including interdisciplinary academic research and capacity for education and engagement, to inform policy making and implementation for better health and health care.
Providing researchers and educators with high-quality and cost-effective access to advanced characterization, imaging, and cleanroom fabrication capabilities.
School Partnership Contacts
Contact the Office for External Partnerships
To partner with Duke and for additional information, contact the Office for External Partnerships (OEP). OEP actively partners with the Office for Translation & Commercialization (OTC), industry contacts, Duke schools, and development to cultivate and realize the full spectrum of potential returns to Duke.