Clinical Research Coordinator Services
The Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research (MCHRI) provides a formal infrastructure for pediatrics research that enables, facilitates, and supports the clinical and translational research efforts of children's services at Stanford and invests in robust career development and mentoring for trainees, young investigators, and mid-level faculty to create a clear pathway that ensures their career advancement and success.
Requesting Child Health Core Services
The Child Health Clinical Research Core consists of experienced and pediatric-focused clinical research coordinators. Services available range from full support for clinical research studies and trials (pre-award to closeout) to selected “a la carte” assistance (IRB preparation only, etc).
For general child health projects, please contact May Zepeda at 650-724-0177 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free consultation.
What We Support
- Federal and other Peer-Reviewed Studies
NIH, foundation, and other non-industry sponsored peer-reviewed studies (submitted or awarded).
- Industry Sponsored and Non-Peer Reviewed Studies
All industry-sponsored studies and non-peer reviewed studies must be approved by the MCHRI Executive Committee.
Coordinator services available range from full support for clinical research studies and trials (administer questionnaires, assistance with budget, conduct patient visits, contract, and regulatory documents, IRB applications, CTRU coordination, recruitment, data/sample collection, and management, etc) to selected assistance (e.g. IRB preparation only). Click here.
Request Epic access for Stanford Children's Hospital research staff and research monitors, and Stanford Health Care research staff. Click here.
If you are interested in using our clinical research coordinator services, please complete the intake form. Click here.
We would appreciate your feedback regarding your clinical study and the use of our clinical reserach coordinator by completing this survey form. Click here.
To initiate any research activity with the Quantitative Sciences Unit (QSU), please complete the QSU Project Initiation Form. Click here.
We provide a boilerplate text description of our services for grant proposals. Click here.
We provided the Clinical Research Personnel Onboarding Checklist for new hires. Click here.