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Cancer Clinical Trials

The UCI Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center’s (CFCCC) Sue and Ralph Stern Center for Cancer Clinical Trials and Research (Stern Center) is the centralized office for cancer clinical research operations at UCI. Providing high-quality, efficient support for the development, activation and completion of scientifically impactful cancer clinical trials, the Stern Center supports the entire lifecycle of all cancer-related clinical trials, including development and implementation of clinical trials, quality control of clinical research operations, training and education services.

Sue and Ralph Stern Center for Cancer Clinical Trials
Non-Cancer Clinical Trials

The UCI Center for Clinical Research is a full-service clinical research center, committed to serving patients, researchers and sponsors with the highest level of clinical care and operational standards available. With a centralized team of 50 and growing, the staff is specifically trained to fulfill every service need in-house, from the study start-up process all the way through to study closure.  Their services include: Clinical Trial Start-up Coverage Analysis Clinical Trial Agreement (CTA) Budget Support Clinical Research Coordinator Resources Database Development Institutional Review Board (IRB) Submission Analysis Project Management Regulatory Support Research Nursing Support Training & Outreach Activities

UCI Center for Clinical Research
Stem Cell Clinical Trials

The Alpha Stem Cell Clinic (ASCC) provides centralized infrastructure to enhance stem cell clinical research and activities at UCI. The UCLA-UCI Alpha Stem Cell Clinic is part of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Alpha Stem Cell Clinic network. They promote and facilitate scientific collaborations and interactions, provide centralized clinical research infrastructure support, and accelerate the implementation of clinical research trials.

Alpha Stem Cell Clinic

Non-Clinical Human Research, Education and Training

The UCI Institute for Clinical and Translational Science provides research resources, education and training, community engagement and funding opportunities related to clinical and nonclinical research. The ICTS is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) under the Clinical and Translational Sciences Award (CTSA) program. Some of their services include: Accrual and Retention Consult Services Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design Career Development Awards Clinical Research Ethics Consult Services Clinical Research Services (Nursing) Community Engagement Consult Services Informatics Pilot Awards Special Population Navigators Team Science Consult Services Various Translational Science Workshops

Non-Clinical Trials Resources