Clinical Trials Program

Research Coordinators
Our team of experienced research nurses and coordinators assists investigators with all aspects of start-up, coordination and close-out activities associated with clinical trials. Some of their major responsibilities include assisting with protocol submissions, completion of regulatory documents, recruitment, education and enrollment of eligible subjects, and execution of protocol procedures. They also collect and maintain the research data as well as serve as the primary liaison between the subject, the Principal Investigator and the sponsor. They play a pivotal role in promoting high ethical standards, which ensure data integrity and contribute to the protection of human subjects and ultimately to the success of the Research Study.

Our Facilities
  • Full access to inpatient and outpatient departments
  • Use of ancillary department facilities: (-) 20 and (-) 70 Freezers, Centrifuge, PFT, EKG, Radiology (US, CT, MRI)
  • Pharmacy and locked drug storage
  • Ample CRA/Monitor space with internet/wifi access
Budget and Contract Negotiations
We develop fair budgets with sponsors which reflect the latest federal regulations and institutional policies regarding services provided in the context of clinical trials. We act as liaison with the Partners Clinical Research Office (PCRO) which is responsible for developing, negotiating and executing agreements for industry-sponsored clinical research on our behalf.

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