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Welcome to the Clinical Research Center (CRC)

Dr. Moxley with research subjectWelcome to the University of Rochester's Clinical Research Center (CRC). We are located in unit G-5035 on the ground floor of the University of Rochester Medical Center at 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY. This specialized unit of the UR CTSI provides an optimal setting for researchers to conduct safe, controlled, inpatient and outpatient studies of both children and adults. Since 1960, our CRC has been funded to provide the necessary infrastructure for investigators to conduct research studies. Led by the Program Director, Spencer Z. Rosero, M.D., and CTSA Principal Investigators Nancy M. Bennett, M.D., and Martin S. Zand, M.D., Ph.D., the CRC facilities provide the environment and resources for medical research.

The CRC’s resources include highly trained research personnel in Nursing and Nutrition Research. The CRC team helps investigators facilitate the day-to-day research process and assists the research subjects in a supportive and efficient environment.

Standard Hours of Operation

Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday – Closed

The CRC is open continuously if there are inpatients scheduled. Please check with the nursing staff if these hours do not meet your needs. Staff may be provided at other times.

2020 Holiday Hours:

November 25th -- Close at 12 noon
November 26th and 27th -- Closed
December 24th and 25th  -- Closed
December 31st -- Close at 3:00 pm
January 1st -- Closed

The CRC is available for faculty investigators, their staff, and medical students working in the URMC setting. In addition, drug company-sponsored clinical trials can be conducted on this unit. Research techniques and experiences, collaboration between investigators, individual growth for investigators and research, and patient care and safety will all be enriched by utilizing the CRC. We are pleased to be available to assist your research team. Medical knowledge continues to grow—let us be a part of your experience.