Nearly 100 people have enrolled in the MURDOCK COPD Study, an observational study that is collecting information on the current level of symptoms, as well as ability to breathe, treatment, and outcomes of people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
The study will enroll 850 people and follow the progression of the disease over five years. Participants are not required to already be enrolled in the MURDOCK Study or live in a certain zip code to qualify. To learn more, please click here.
Duke’s Kannapolis office and the MURDOCK Study are proud to be part of the new Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI), an academic hub for accelerating the translation and implementation of scientific discoveries into health benefits for patients and communities.
L. Kristin Newby, MD, MHS, principal investigator for the MURDOCK Study, is the faculty lead for the CTSI’s Translational Population Health Research Group. The CTSI strives to overcome the obstacles to developing discoveries into devices, drugs, or therapies to improve health. The CTSI collaborates with schools, departments, denters and programs across Duke. To learn more about the CTSI, click here.
DURHAM and KANNAPOLIS, N.C.—A person carrying variants of two particular genes could be almost three times more likely to develop multiple sclerosis, according to the latest findings from scientists at Duke Health and The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Continue reading MURDOCK Samples Help MS Research
Rhythm & Run 5K
The Rhythm & Run 5K is an annual fundraiser event for the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame & Museum. All proceeds from the Rhythm & Run 5K go to the NC Music Hall of Fame Museum.
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Walk With A Doc
Dr. Campbell will be joining us, Saturday, April 1st. We’ll be discussing “Fat in a Healthy Diet-Major Nutrition Guideline Controversies”, along with some light exercise. Walk With a Doc is held monthly in Les Myers Community Park in Concord. Continue reading Saturday, April 1st