ORAQ is a Duke resource that our team relies on to navigate regulatory strategy
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FastTrack is an internal Duke program that abides by Duke Employee Confidentiality Agreement. If you intend on disclosing your idea externally, we recommend you work closely with the Duke Office of Licensing and Ventures and filling out an IDF form.
Our services are outlined on our process page.
FastTrack currently works with projects that are classified as Class I and Class II medical devices. These devices are not considered to have high risk to the patient. If you do not know how to classify your device or idea, check out this resource from the FDA or reach out to ORAQ for a consultation.
Applicants must be a current Duke Faculty member, staff (e.g. Resident, Fellow, Researcher), or medical/graduate student. If you do not fit into these categories but are still interested in the program, feel free to contact us.
Our application process is outlined here
Current application opportunities are outlined here