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Clinical Studies Center Services
The Clinical Studies Center (CSC) offers a variety of services that help investigators ensure compliance with human studies regulations and good clinical research practices.

These services include training and education for research staff, assistance with Emory IRB and R&D Committee protocol submissions, informed consent review and reformatting, and initiation of a Research Clinics.
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Clinical Studies Center

Center Resources

The Clinical Studies Center provides:

  • Qualified and Experienced Administrative Support
  • Training and Education for Research Staff
  • Assistance with Protocol Submissions
  • Reception Area
  • Fully-Equipped Exam & Interview Rooms for Research Visits
  • Fully-Equipped Laboratory for Specimen Handling, Storage, and Shipping
  • Work Area Designated for Sponsors' Representative Visits
  • Daily Pick-Up for Federal Express and DHL/Airborne Express

Related Organizations

The Office of Human Research Protection (OHRP) provides guidance and regulations in human research.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides biologic/device guidance and regulations.

The University of Michigan School of Medicine provides a copy of the Code Of Federal Regulation 45CFR50: Protection of Human Subjects.

Explore the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) website and learn about the many membership benefits and educational opportunities offered. This site also contains information on ACRP publications, their leadership, and how to join research professionals worldwide who have already become ACRP members.

The Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA), Inc., is a non-profit, professional organization dedicated to the continuing education and development of clinical research professionals. The organization has also established and maintains an international certification program for clinical research professionals.

Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) has been committed to the advancement of strong research programs and to the consistent application of ethical precepts in both medicine and research. Through national conferences and published reports thereon, it has addressed a broad range of issues in biomedical and behavioral research, clinical practice, ethics, and the law.

The Emory University School of Medicine Clinical Trials Office exists to ensure leading-edge, efficient clinical trial investigations, yielding improved patient care and outcomes. The mission of the CTO is to organize and enhance operational processes that support clinical trial efforts of Investigators and facilitate the timely initiation, execution, management and completion of clinical trials, guided by the highest ethical and research standards.

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