Request for Services
Refer to the Guide to Clinical Research Unit Services to learn more about the CRU.
Complete and submit this form (below) indicating the services and visits needed from the CRU. Email this form with the protocol, PI Biosketch, Informed Consent (on CCF template) and Lab Manual, if applicable, to CRUS@ccf.org. You will be contacted if additional information is needed.
- Request a cost for services for developing a grant proposal
- Request services for a project to begin
- CRU Request Services (MSWord) –use this form for general use of the CRU services including overnight stays, pharmacokinetics, etc.
- Biosketch Form (MSWord)
You will receive a letter outlining the services and their respective costs. To accept, please sign and return the letter to CRUS@ccf.org stating the account number to be charged. Services can begin after a project Initiation meeting has been completed.
Project Initiation Meeting
After receiving your approval resource letter, a project initiation meeting is recommended. This provides an opportunity for CRU staff, the investigator and study team to discuss the study procedures, lab techniques, case report forms, source documentation and supply needs for the study. Protocol-Specific Nursing and Lab will create Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) specific to each study to ensure the procedures and processing of samples is consistent with the study protocol.
- To arrange a project initiation meeting contact the Clinical Nurse Manager Melanie Ramos (email@example.com)
- To arrange a project initiation meeting involving lab only, contact Lead Research Technologist Teresa Markle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Study Initiation Meeting Agenda
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