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The Georgetown Clinical Research Unit (GU-CRU) is located on 7th floor East Wing of the Main Building, Georgetown University Hospital (GUH). This location is central to the medical center, and is convenient for investigators, clinicians, staff, patients and families. The GU-CRU is equipped to... Read More

The Howard Clinical Research Unit (HU-CRU) provides outpatient and inpatient clinical research support to both pediatric and adult research subjects.  They are located on 4 West at the 4th Floor of the Main Hospital Building. Read More

What facilities are available on the MedStar Health Research Institute Clinical Research Unit (CRU)?
KL2 Scholar, Clinical Research Unit (CRU), Researchers, Community Researchers, Pilot Grants, Practice-Based Research Network, Clinical Trial Participants

The MedStar Health Research Institute Clinical Research Unit (MHRI-CRU) provides several resources that include facilities, laboratory services and equipment to investigators. Click here to see the available resources.  Read More

What other resources are associated with Participant and Clinical Interactions Resources (PCIR) ?
Researchers, Clinical Research Unit (CRU)

Biomedical Informatics (BI) develops and supports the IT infrastructure and communication tools for researchers and administrators. Community Engagement and Research (CER) engages community to increase representation of diverse communities in research. Design, Biostatistics, and Population... Read More

How do I get my protocol approved by the SEPCOM so it can be activated on any or all of the CRUs?
Clinical Research Unit (CRU), Researchers, KL2 Scholar, Community Researchers, Pilot Grants

In order to submit a protocol to the Scientific Evaluation and Prioritization Committee (SEPCOM) for approval and subsequent initiation on one of our Clinical Research Units (CRU), the SEPCOM application form must be completed and submitted to the GU... Read More

What are my rights as a research subject/participant?
Community, Clinical Research Unit (CRU), Clinical Trial Participants, Researchers, Regulatory and Ethics

Please click on the Rights & Responsibilities for a list.  Read More

Our research subject advocates help ensure the rights, safety, and well-being of participants in GHUCCTS-supported research studies. Research subject advocates enhance the standard protections available for participants in clinical research through advocacy for study participants, through... Read More

A CTSA Navigator is available at Howard University and an Outreach Program Coordinator is available at Georgetown University to&spamp;nbsp;assist&spamp;nbsp;Investigators in discovering the available resources under GHUCCTS.&spamp;nbsp;

&spamp;nbsp;For more information regarding our... Read More

The Scientific Evaluation and Prioritization Committee (SEPCOM) is the governing committee of the Clinical Research Units (CRU). Committee members are recommended by the CRU Program Directors of respective institutions within GHUCCTS and appointed by the Principal Investigators of the CTSA grant,... Read More