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VP for Research and Innovation Updates Academic Council on Regulatory Environment

<div class="wp-block-dt-story-meta-plus-text"><p>The graph showed a dramatic exponential increase of data points over the past decade. To microbiologist Jennifer Lodge, the chart “looks like a bacterial growth curve with no sign of flattening out.”</p><p>But as Duke’s vice president for research and innovation, Lodge said the chart was, in fact, something else: The rate of increase of new government rules for federally funded research.</p><p>“We are aware of the growing administrative burden on faculty regarding research,” Lodge said to the</p></div>