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Research Collaboration Opportunities

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Research Collaboration Opportunities

Please call if you're an experienced biomedical research scientist interested in collaboration.

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Research Collaboration Opportunities

Please call if you're an experienced biomedical research scientist interested in collaboration.

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Research Collaboration Opportunities

ֲý Children's welcomes collaboration on a wide range of research projects, from our core labs to clinical trials to medical record search and analysis. In fact, we work with investigators, scientists, sponsors and commercialization partners from all over the world.

ֲý Biomedical Research

We offer collaborators the advantage of access to a ֲý pediatric database (within very specific limits, to ensure privacy) that’s among the largest in the country, offering valuable data in a wide range of medical areas.

Our robust variety of research initiatives offers:

  • Hundreds of physicians, scientists, nurses and technical staff engaged in research.
  • Millions of grant dollars or contract-related funds that support our research.
  • Hundreds ofresearch publicationspublished annually.
  • Dozens of patents.
  • Limited access to data culled fromelectronic health records (EHR)for the thousands of individual patients seen in every area of pediatric care.
  • Three Institutional Review Boards (IRBs), dedicated clinical research coordinators and Offices of Sponsored Projects.
  • A long-standing tradition of collaboration with qualified hospitals and educational institutions.
  • Established relationships, both formal and informal, with investigators and drug companies worldwide.
  • Health Information Services partnerships with leading drug companies to establish advances in retrospective analysis.
  • Core Laboratoriesthat are shared resources, offering capabilities (highly specialized equipment, techniques and staff expertise) that can be accessed by many users and are applicable to multiple experiments and studies.
  • The ֲý Mentoring and Advisory Committee (M/AC)— a cross-campus team of senior investigators focused on the research interests of early- and mid-level career clinical investigators— that enhances the academic environment for clinical and research investigators. Our mentors are available to their mentees to:
    • Review protocols.
    • Assist with completion of necessary regulatory training.
    • Help identify necessary resources to complete projects.
    • Assist in preparing presentations of results and grant submissions.

The Office of Technology Transfer

At ֲý Children's, it's our mission to provide leadership, institutions and services to improve children's health. As a part of that mission, ֲý Biomedical Research has a long-standing commitment to scholarly and scientific endeavors directed toward improving the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric medical conditions.

The tremendous research efforts undertaken at ֲý have resulted in the development of new technologies, new approaches and new devices. The Office of Technology Transfer works to bring these to the marketplace.