Monthly Newsletter

New stewardship & compliance training series, open Associate VP position, and the benefits of data management plans

 July 25, 2022

Updates & Announcements

Search Begins for New Associate VP for Research & Innovation Supporting Social Sciences, Humanities and the Arts

Vice President for Research & Innovation Jenny Lodge has launched an internal search for a new leader to guide the Office for Research & Innovation in supporting research and scholarship in the social and behavioral sciences, humanities and the arts. Internal nominations and applications are now being accepted by the Office for Research & Innovation.

Learn More About the Position


Stewardship & Compliance for Research Investigators Training Series

New Training Series for Research Investigators With External Funding

All research investigator PIs, co-PIs, PI fellows, and “key” personnel with external funding received a notice last Monday, July 18, alerting them to the new, required Stewardship & Compliance for Research Investigators Training Series. Should you have questions or need assistance completing the modules, please contact the myRESEARCHnavigators team. Training modules must be completed by October 31, 2022.

Learn More in myRESEARCHpath


Data Management Exemplar Series

Benefits of Data Management Plans in Clinical Research

Ryan Shaw, PhD, RN, an associate professor in the School of Nursing and former faculty director of the Duke Mobile App Gateway, shares how he frequently uses data management plans and describes how they have benefited him and could benefit others.

Read the Interview


Wahid Named Medical Director of the Duke Early Phase Research Unit

Lana Wahid, MD, a medical instructor in the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, has been named as the Medical Director of the Duke Early Phase Research Unit (DEPRU). Dr. Wahid is a hospital medicine specialist who sees patients at Duke University Hospital. Her clinical research interests include thrombosis prevention and long-term outcomes in COVID-19 patients.

See the Announcement in DOCR’s Recent Update


Resources & Tools

Join the Association for Women in Science (AWIS)

The Association for Women in Science (AWIS) supports a global network of like-minded women and allies committed to advancing women in science, technology, engineering and math. As an institutional partner, Duke students, faculty, and staff are eligible to become AWIS members.

Submit a Membership Form