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Clinical research services

Clinical research services consists of the Human Research Protections Program, and the Centre for Clinical Trial Support.  

The Human Research Protections Program (HRPP) adheres to the highest ethical standards as set out in governing guidelines, policies and regulations for the ethical conduct of research involving humans. The HRPP works with the research community to ensure the rights, safety and wellbeing of research participants through ethical oversight, sound research practice and regulatory compliance. 

The Centre for Clinical Trial Support assists in the design, development and coordination of single-centre, multicentre, national and international clinical trials and research projects across all therapeutic area at SRI and Sunnybrook.  Activities are built upon the expertise in place under the umbrella of the Centre for Mother, Infant and Child Research, which has been recognized for its accomplishments in conducting randomized controlled trials for local and national investigators in the perinatal domain.

The Centre for Clinical Trial Support aims to build on this success by enhancing grant success and funding for, and providing operations assistance to researchers across all clinical areas.