Don’t forget to complete your Annual Follow-Up Form when the MURDOCK Study contacts you every year around the anniversary of your enrollment.Continue reading →
- In the Community
The success of the MURDOCK Study correlates directly to the engagement of community partners and their willingness to actively support this long-term health study.Continue reading →
Duke CTSI TransPop offers a wide range of assets and capabilities for investigators. These resources have been developed under and grown out of the MURDOCK Study, which began in 2007.
CTSI TransPop is committed to informing participants about all of the latest research findings from study investigators. Publications and abstracts are available here.Continue reading →
- Walk With A Doc November 2
Walk With A Doc returns to Les Myers Park in Concord in November! Join us at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2. Dr. Anu Ha will discuss how to stay healthy during the flu season, followed by a stroll.Continue reading →
- Engagement Corner
We are excited what 2018 will have in store for TransPop! Check out some pictures from community events so far.
- Healthy Happenings Calendar
Find upcoming health events on the Healthy Happenings Calendar! You can find anything from cooking classes, support groups, and also our Walk with a Doc events.
The MURDOCK Study partners with the David H. Murdock Research Institute to access world-class technologies and platforms. Click on the logo above to see what other projects the DHMRI is supporting.Continue reading →
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- Duke CTSI
- Duke CTSI Announces TransPop Expansion as MURDOCK Study Celebrates 10th Anniversary
In conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the first participant enrolled in the landmark MURDOCK Study, the Duke CTSI Translational Population Health Research group has announced plans to double its clinical research space at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis.Continue reading →
- MURDOCK Study cohort shows physical decline starts sooner than expected
So, you think aging starts at 65? Think again. Physical decline often begins when people enter their 50s, according to data from the Physical Performance Across the Lifespan Study (PALS), a collaboration between the MURDOCK Study and Duke Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center.Continue reading →