Programs & Resources

We offer a variety of programs and resources to members of the Johns Hopkins research community who are currently preparing or executing clinical research. From clinical infrastructure, nursing and laboratory services, we are prepared to address the most pressing needs of clinical investigators. We strive to support human subject research at all phases of translation Support human subject research at all phases of translation.

We strive to:

  • Add value to research activities by making available dedicated staff, facilities, and experts in study implementation.
  • Encourage the research career development of students, nurses, scientists, and physicians through access to resources necessary for conducting cost effective clinical and translational research of the highest possible quality.
  • Educate future clinical research teams.

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Clinical Research Units

Effective May 2018, the CRUs will operate using a service center model and certain associated resources require a CRU Online.

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The program will assist investigators with: The ethical, scientific and legal reasons for clinical trials registration and reporting.

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Data Management/Quantitative Methodologies

Our Quantitative Methodologies team provides resources for quantitative scholarship and services for researchers.

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The Clinical Research Informatics Core concentrates on identifying gaps in current research IT services within the Johns Hopkins environment.

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Lab Resources

The ICTR laboratories provide coordinated help across several related programs, all focused on the foundational components required to effectively translate.

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Regulatory Support

The ICTR offers education, expert advice and resources to better equip study teams to conduct research that is ethical, relevant.

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Research Participant Recruitment & Retention Support

The Participant Recruitment & Retention Program of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research.

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