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Duke launches second enrollment location for Project Baseline study

With a study watch on her wrist and a sleep sensor in her new tote bag, a Caucasian woman in her 40s walked out of the Duke University Medical Center around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 13 as the first participant enrolled in the Project Baseline study in Durham.

Simultaneously, Duke’s Project Baseline study team in Kannapolis, North Carolina enrolled their third participant, bringing Duke’s total enrollment to four since June 29. A day-and-a-half-long process that includes multiple health tests and donations of blood, urine, saliva, tears, and other biospecimens, enrollment will continue ramping up this summer at both the Durham and Kannapolis locations, reaching full capacity this fall.

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CTSI team enrolls first Duke participant in Project Baseline

This week, the CTSI team in Kannapolis launched the Project Baseline study in North Carolina with the enrollment of Duke’s first participant. The study is the first initiative of Project Baseline, an ambitious effort to develop a well-defined “baseline” of human health, and a rich data platform to help researchers better understand health and disease and the transitions between them.

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