The ScholarWorks Center for Scholarly Publishing helps Duke researchers to make scholarly publishing better: more sustainable, fair, and open. Our focus is particularly on how to help the Duke community to benefit from changes in scholarly publishing and to help them in turn to create positive change in the broader publishing ecosystem.


Official account for Duke news tips and media relations. Requests:

Duke Eye Center is a leader in research, education and patient care; dedicated to curing eye disease worldwide.

The Duke University Center for Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Infectious Disease (WaSH-AID) is a collaborative translational research team working closely with more than 20 academic, non-profit, and private industry partners around the world to facilitate the development and sustainable deployment of novel technology-based solutions for health and environmental challenges.

MEDx fosters the exchange of ideas and creates research opportunities between physicians, engineers, computer scientists, researchers and innovators at Duke University.
Our Center’s vision is to accelerate translational discoveries in genome sciences to improve patient care and health outcomes through integration of data science, engineering principles, and systems medicine at Duke.

We work with policymakers, academics, researchers, alumni and the higher education community to advance the intellectual life of the university beyond campus.


Bringing researchers together to advance discoveries, translational research, and therapy development via regeneration

Legislative affairs and state relations for Duke University, Duke Health, and Duke LifePoint Health Care.
The Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies (CAGT) highlights the strengths of the genomic research landscape at Duke and enhances Duke’s efforts in genomic technology to understand and treat human disease.
GCB is an interdisciplinary center where faculty across Duke’s campus collaborate to study complex problems in genomic and computational biology, train researchers and develop genomic technologies. GCB brings together scientists, engineers, physicians and sociologists passionate about interdisciplinary research to explore big questions in genomics and computational biology.
The Sallie Bingham Center, part of the Rubenstein Library, documents the public and private lives of women, past and present.

Duke Cancer Institute is a collaborative powerhouse—audacious, evolving, unconventional—at the center of a world-renowned university and medical center. We unleash the power of synchronous collaboration to create breakthroughs that rapidly transform the unimagined into the possible—to fuel a pace of discoveries and advances previously thought impossible.

The Undergraduate Research Support Office (URS) provides grants and assistantships for undergraduate research projects, creative arts projects, travel to research conferences, and summer research programs. See the complete list of URS programs.

Duke Law’s Global Financial Markets Center promotes the interdisciplinary study and discussion of global financial markets and financial regulation. The Center sponsors symposia and scholarship, works collaboratively with researchers and industry leaders, and prepares students for legal careers in business and law, in both the private and public sector.

Giving to Duke is dedicated to showcasing the power and impact of philanthropy at Duke, and how it enables our students and faculty to make a difference at home and in the world. Thank you for all that you make possible!
Family Connects International disseminates the Family Connects model — an evidence-based, universal approach to supporting newborns and their families.
Duke’s oldest and largest laboratory and outdoor classroom. 7,050 acres of Blue Devil land.
Duke Health Government Relations (DGR) is responsible for representing Duke on health related issues with elected officials and government agencies at the federal level in Washington, D.C. and throughout North Carolina.
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