Bayview Clinical Research Unit
The ICTR Bayview Clinical Research Unit (Bayview CRU) is located on the 4th Floor of 301 Mason Lord Drive on the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus. This unit includes both outpatient space and beds for conducting overnight studies.
The 14,300 square-foot Bayview CRU provides full-service outpatient and inpatient facilities, with an emphasis on cardiovascular and sleep studies. Bayview also has strong laboratory core services (Core Laboratory for research assays, Cardiovascular Core, Body Composition Core). Exercise physiology facilities are also available.
For more information, call 410-550-1850.
Pediatric Clinical Research Unit (PCRU)
The PCRU is located on the ninth floor of the new Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center on the main medical (E. Baltimore) campus and provides both inpatient and outpatient pediatric care.
The PCRU includes a 7-bed inpatient unit, a 4-room outpatient clinic, a multi-purpose procedure room, pediatric phlebotomy laboratory, spirometry, metabolic formula room, and pediatric sleep lab. Pediatric-oriented nursing support and child life services are also provided.
For more information, call 410-614-6365 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadway Adult Inpatient Unit
The Broadway Adult Inpatient Unit is located on the fifth floor of the Osler building in the Johns Hopkins Hospital on the main medical (E. Baltimore) campus.
The unit provides scheduled access to as many as 14 inpatient research beds on a general medical floor that includes capacity for continuous cardiac monitoring and biological isolation of subjects receiving potentially infectious agents.
For more information, contact Shernice Madison at 410-550-7033.
Broadway Adult Outpatient Unit
The Broadway Adult Outpatient CRU in located on the third floor of the Carnegie Building of the Johns Hopkins Hospital on the Broadway (main medical) campus.
The unit includes nine full-service exam rooms, two interview rooms, a phlebotomy room, sample processing lab, a -70 ° F freezer, an infusion center, and a DXA scanner.
Full-time clinic support staff include three registered research nurses, as well as a phlebotomist and technicians. The unit staff assist investigators with protocol specific evaluations as requested (including vital signs, collection and processing of biologic specimens and administration of questionnaires.) Qualified nurses administer protocol guided medications for ICTR-approved protocols.
The unit also offers assistance with limited clinical skills training for non-clinical research staff, tutorials on creating research order sets and other study-related paperwork for investigators.
For more information, call 410-955-2760.