ANNOUNCEMENTSchool-wide adoption of OnCore system:  All clinical research studies to be registered by the end of September 2018.

This includes all studies that consent human subjects and were IRB-approved from January 1, 2016 onward.

FOR MORE, READ THIS MEMO from Mark Cullen, Sr. Associate Dean for Research and Director of Spectrum;
Marcia Cohen, Sr. Associate Dean for Finance & Administration


METRICS Research on Research

The Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS) is focused on transforming research practices to improve the quality of scientific studies in biomedicine.

Child Health Research Institute

Our aim is to improve the scientific quality and quantity of clinical Maternal and Child Health research at Stanford by providing research personnel and services to investigators, advising on scientific design, funding junior investigators and pilot projects, and facilitating research mentoring and career development.

Population Health Sciences

Our mission is to improve individual and population health by bringing together diverse disciplines and data sets to better understand and address the social, environmental, behavioral, and biological factors that can affect positive change on a global scale.


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Tina Baggott, PhD, Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner, supports children and their families through the trials and tribulations of cancer treatments. Hear how she helps families with treatment options, chemo side effects, pain management and cancer clinical trials. Read more >>

The Clinical Informatics Consult service is now open to all physicians at Stanford Medicine. It enables fast searches of electronic health record (EHR) data to augment clinical decision making. Read more >>

Study coordinators needing CTRU support should visit the Research Budget website to build a budget and submit a study request. Click here to learn more about CTRU’s cost recovery policies. Contact CTRU with any questions.

In four sessions, experts in biotech will cover the process of how discoveries in gene and cell therapy are translated to clinical trials and ultimately commercialized. Registration >>

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