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Human Subject Research Coordinator Training Program
The UR CTSI trains aspiring Human Subject Research Coordinators in this fully paid, year-long program. After one year of satisfactory employment in the training program, a trainee is eligible to be hired as a Human Subject Research Coordinator I. Train to become a Human Subject Research Coordinator.
Equity-Focused Dissemination and Implementation
This new function of the UR CTSI examines the process by which scientific evidence is implemented in clinical settings and communities – with a focus on addressing health equity. We offer consultations, pilot project funding and learning opportunities. Learn more about Equity-Focused Dissemination and Implementation.
Recruiting Health Research Participants
Work with the UR CTSI as you design your clinical study to ensure that you reach your recruitment goals. Learn about recruiting participants.
Digital Health and Regulatory Science
Get help developing or incorporating digital health approaches in your research, apply for seed funding for your innovative digital health studies, and connect with regional technology development partners to advance your research via Digital Health and Regulatory Science.
Regulatory Support offers guidance to researchers regarding FDA-regulated processes for research involving experimental drugs and devices as well as pre-clinical studies.
Are you a clinical researcher in need of some extra help? Or a study coordinator looking for a job? Our convenient job search web application helps UR researchers and research coordinators find one another. Search now on UR Connected.
Office of Clinical Research Making Strides
The Office of Clinical Research is adding functionality and services – from financial services to study feasibility and educational opportunities – that will help take our clinical research enterprise to the next level. For example, the office negotiated an additional $480,000 into research study budgets for protocol and subject-related costs across 12 studies.
Learn how the office can help you.