The Duke Office of Scientific Integrity has a NEW home website:

Visit for the most up to date information about DOSI programs, events, and contact information.

Old links to the DOSI programs through the School of Medicine ( will be accessible through winter 2020, but will eventually be removed as only is being actively maintained and updated.  Contact if you have any questions about the new DOSI website.

Duke Office of Scientific Integrity-Conflict of Interest (DOSI-COI) collaborates with faculty, staff, internal Duke offices and external organizations to ensure quality review, management and reporting of financial conflicts of interest within the Duke University School of Medicine.  For questions about COI management in the school, please contact

Individuals whose Duke work means that they must report their external financial interests are responsible for maintaining a current and accurate disclosure form with the conflict of interest office. Disclosure forms must be updated within 30 calendar days of discovering, acquiring or establishing any new significant financial interests or changes in any existing significant financial interests that might reasonably be related to their Duke responsibilities.

Failure to fully and accurately disclose financial interests, to maintain a current accurate disclosure form or to follow federal, sponsor or institutional requirements related to COI may result in disciplinary action.

 Reporting Thresholds

Requests for information concerning significant financial interest related to PHS-funded research disclosed to the institution can be made by email to or by written request to:

Conflict of Interest
DUMC Box 2704
Durham, NC 27710

The request must include the grant number and/or the title of the grant; and the name of each investigator for which the information is being requested.

Recent News

Cute picture of a naughty cat
Monday, December 3, 2018
By Research Integrity Office (RIO) and Ross McKinney (AAMC)

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