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Enabling

health technology Innovation at Duke

The Mobile App Gateway, sponsored by Duke's CTSI, is the entry point for support of digital health and mobile app research and development throughout Duke Health and Duke University. 

 

Our Services

The Duke Mobile App Gateway offers a variety of services to support projects from concept through deployment, available to Duke faculty and staff. 

Available Resources

We have curated relevant industry content and pulled together Duke-specific information for self service. Didn't find what you are looking for? Send us an email: mobileapps@duke.edu

Ideas

Check out our latest exploration of current topics related to all things digital health, custom app development, entrepreneurship, and more. Email us if you'd like to contribute. 

 

Important Announcements


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This year’s theme is:

Digital Health Across the Lifespan

The program will include insights from experts in research, clinical care, and device development and will explore how health tech is used from pediatrics to gerontology.

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research app funding announcment

The Mobile App Gateway (MAG) is now accepting proposals for projects looking to create native smartphone apps for clinical research studies. The awards will cover effort to build an app using new functionality for RedCap, called MyCap. MyCap is based on ResearchKit/Research Stack and can create iOS and Android apps.

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Learn something!

The Mobile App Gateway hosts monthly lectures and workshops for the Duke Health and Duke University community.

 
 

“Duke has the resources and opportunity to lead the way and set the norm for what mobile technology in health research means for everyone.”

— Adrian Hernandez, MD, Vice Dean for Clinical Research

 
 
 

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