Cancer Clinical Trials Office

The Stanford Cancer Insitute Clinical Trials Office (SCI-CTO) provides regulatory, administrative, research, training, and educational services to SCI investigators and staff conducting clinical trials. Programs of the resource serve to increase awareness and accrual to clinical trials as well as to improve the quality and efficiencies of conducting clinical trials in compliance with regulatory, documentation, and oversight requirements.

Facilitate clinical trials and translational research by providing centralized regulatory, financial, and administrative support to all SCI investigators.

  • Protocol development consultation
  • Regulatory document preparation and maintenance
  • Study initiation, auditing and monitoring assistance
  • Centralized safety and protocol violation reporting

Provide research support services.

  • Hiring, training, and supervision of clinical research staff
  • Provide coverage for study coordination during research staff leaves of absence

Centralize and standardize data collection and reporting of clinical research.

  • OnCore Database 
  • Report generation
  • Electronic Case Report Forms for Investigator-initiated trials

Provide programs to contribute to quality assurance of performance and the ongoing education of SCI clinical research personnel.

Coordinate outreach efforts in the community to increase clinical trials awareness and accrual.

  • Protocol listings, mobile search app, Cancer Center kiosks
  • Clinical trials phone line
  • Clinical Trial Patient Advisory Committee
  • Educational events and collaboration with community organizations
  • Outreach program
  • Administration of an ECOG affiliates program

Promote interdisciplinary collaborations and translational medical research.

  • Translational research facilitation
  • Communications and collaboration