Welcome to Duke Center for Integrative Health Research

Optimizing Health and Well-being

Through Research Excellence.

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The Duke Center for Integrative Health Research (DCIHR) is a multidisciplinary center of innovative preclinical and clinical research aimed at optimizing health and well-being using methodologies based in complementary and integrative medicine, nutrition, fitness, and health behavior change.

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News & Studies

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In collaboration with the Duke Hepatology Clinic, recruitment began in January 2018 for the Feasibility of Vigorous-Intensity Interval Training in Adults with Nonalcoholic...

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In early 2018, the DCIHR research team was awarded a grant by Bass Connections, a university-wide initiative launched by a $50 million gift from Anne and Robert Bass. Bass...

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In April 2018, recruitment began for a pilot study within the Duke Integrative Primary Care (DIPC) clinic. This study will explore the feasibility of incorporating a nurse primary...