Clinical and Translational Research
The Center for Clinical Research (CCR) is a centralized resource to facilitate research efforts of the Cleveland Clinic Health System (CCHS) and to provide oversight of human subject research and some facets of non-human/translational research. More about CCR
Cleveland Clinic's Clinical Research Unit (CRU), located on the main campus, provides an optimal research setting for research participants in state-of-the-art, patient-oriented studies. Volunteer participants are at the heart of CRU's efforts to further the clinical research process and advance medical knowledge.
CRU resources consist of nursing and laboratory personnel, laboratory facilities, examination and procedure rooms, and specialized research equipment. More about the CRU
Through a scientific peer-review process, the Research Program Committees (RPC) provide internal funding to promote the development of investigators initiating clinical or translational research projects. This competitive funding is awarded with the expectation that the project will result in abstracts, publications and/or pilot data that will enhance the ability of the investigator to compete for external funds.
Find a Clinical Research Trial
The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative of Cleveland (CTSC) coordinates resources relevant to clinical research at Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University, MetroHealth, University Hospitals, and the Cleveland VA. The infrastructure support provided will impact everyone who conducts clinical research in the partner institutions and the community. More about the CTSC
Investigators need people to participate in their studies. ResearchMatch is a free recruitment tool for Cleveland Clinic researchers to find research study participants. Cleveland Clinic, along with research universities across the country, have partnered with NIH for this on-line recruitment tool. Register as a researcher via the RESEARCHERS tab in the top menu bar at ResearchMatch.
The CTSC is pleased to present SciVal Experts, a dynamic directory of researchers, publications and grants meant to promote multidisciplinary collaborations and expedite research discoveries.