Site-Based research refers to clinical research where Stanford is identified as the site, which means the research is being conducted by Stanford investigators and staff, and it takes place on the Stanford campus, at Stanford Health Care, or in the local community. This can include studies in which participants never actually visit Stanford (survey studies) – but there is contact with a participant by a Stanford investigator or staff member.
The Site-Based Research arm of SCCR supports research studies and staff throughout the Department of Medicine, and partners on research studies throughout the School of Medicine. We focus on infrastructure development and developing robust research programs.
To discuss how your group could benefit from SBR initiatives, contact SCCR.
A Research Manager provides portfolio management and staff support to Divisions and large research teams and serves as a liaison to our quality and training programs. This model helps broaden research success from a single study to an entire program, balance and grow a research portfolio, optimize staff resources through a dedicated coordinator pool, and leverage best practices. We’ve shown great success with our flagship partner in the Student Athlete Research Oversite Committee.
OnCore -Clinical Trials Management System
SCCR is helping Divisions engaged in the Research Manager model, and across the Department, roll-out the School of Medicine’s clinical trials management system (CTMS), OnCore. In partnership with Spectrum, SCCR led the design and pilot implementation of the OnCore expansion and is excited to move the Department forward as a leader in research portfolio organization and the benefits a CTMS will provide to the infrastructure across the School of Medicine. Learn more
Project Baseline is a collaborative effort between Stanford Medicine, Duke School of Medicine, Verily, and Google to collect comprehensive health data to better understand health and prevent disease. Learn more
Resources for Coordinators
Coordinators throughout the Department of Medicine are supported through our Education and Training programs, including networking opportunities, and Quality Initiatives.
Student Athlete Research Oversight Committee
Launced in 2015 under the leadership of SCCR, SaROC is a partnership with the Departments of Athletics and Orthopedics to guide and support the conduct of high quality research with Stanford student athletes, while ensuring their welfare as research participants. Learn more
Community Advisory Board (CAB)
Our Community Advisory Board (CAB) serves faculty across the School of Medicine to improve research design, implementation, recruitment, and retention. Learn more