Clinical Trial Services

The CCCR provides University of Calgary researchers with a wide range of services and expert consultations designed to facilitate the administrative, financial and operational processes required to conduct clinical research. Our goal is to help simplify the process so investigators can focus on what’s most important: the research itself.

We offer essential services for clinical research funded by industry, as well as select services for non-industry funded studies - all designed to help advance the pace and improve the efficiency of your clinical research, from start-up through close-out. Depending on study needs, researchers may request specific services, or can choose to receive full administrative and procedural support through our navigator services.

To inquire about services or discuss an upcoming project with a member of our team - contact us.

Services

We offer services in five core areas to support the planning and execution of both investigator-initiated and industry-sponsored clinical trials.

Liaison services

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Budget services

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Trial administration and management services

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Startup Services

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Regulatory compliance services

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Additional resources:

The following departments provide additional services that support the conduct of clinical research at the University of Calgary:

Promotes the highest level of scholarly and ethical conduct in research involving human participants.

For clinical trial agreements and non-disclosure agreements involving clinical trials, please contact the Cumming School of Medicine Legal Research Services office (CSM Legal).

Providing financial analysis and support to investigators and study teams across the life of a clinical trial.

Provides services for the research community to ensure that all clinical research meets high-quality standards and ICH Guideline for Good Clinical Practice and applicable regulations are followed in the conduct of clinical trials.

Helps researchers identify grant funding opportunities and provides advice and guidance on strategic development of research grants from idea to submission.