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Resources to help you conduct clinical research at Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Clinical Trials Program
Many physicians are currently conducting clinical research at Newton-Wellesley Hospital. In addition to providing administrative support to the Human Research and Investigation Committee, the Office of Research provides many resources for clinical investigators. 

Available services include:

  • Development of documents for IRB submission (application, protocol summary, Informed Consent)
  • Assembly of regulatory documents
  • Development and negotiation of budgets and contracts for industry-sponsored studies
  • Trained study coordinators to manage all phases of the research project
  • Registration for human-subject protection education program

We encourage you to let us know what areas of clinical research interest you. The Office of Research will inform you when opportunities with industry sponsors arise that correspond with your interests.

IRB Submissions


Policies and Guidelines

Other Links
Tools for Investigators
Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
The Belmont Report
The Declaration of Helsinki
Code of Federal Regulations – Protection of Human Subjects
Code of Federal Regulations – FDA CFR 21
Office for Human Research Protections
FDA 1572 Form

Please contact a member of the our staff for further information about the Office of Research, research policy at Newton-Wellesley Hospital or required IRB forms and documents.

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