Clinical Research United brings connections and resources to clinical research community

The OHSU Trauma Center can help clinical researchers with study recruitment, and the OHSU Library is available to assist with research design. The OHSU research community learned about these, and many more resources Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Clinical Research Expo in the atrium of Richard Jones Hall.

The Expo – along with other networking and informational events – are part of Clinical Research United’s mandate. Their goal is to work across school and departmental boundaries to spur new collaborations and clinical research.

The Expo provided information on everything clinical research — from concept and project-stage assistance to infrastructure support.

Clinical Research United is hosting “Training and Education Think Tank”
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Center for Health & Healing, room 3181 (1B).  

Clinical Research United provides a forum for creating a unified OHSU clinical research community, sharing and developing best practices and building a collective voice for all who engage in clinical research at OHSU. The CRU initiative is spearheaded by a team in the Clinical Research Services Office.

Exhibitors at the event include Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, IRB, eCRIS, the Epic for Research team and the Clinical Research Review Committee from the Knight Cancer Institute. External groups, including the Society of Clinical Research Associates, where present, along with industry partners like Parexel.

Contact with questions about the CRU initiative.