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Cancer Clinical Trials

Clinical Trial management is organizing clinical trials as per the guidelines which include Good Clinical Practices, Fundamentals of Clinical Monitoring, The Drug Development Process, Fundamentals of Site Management, Statistical Concepts for Clinical Research, etc.

The NCI launched the CTSU in 1999 to streamline and harmonize support services for Phase III Cooperative Group cancer clinical trials funded by the NCI. Since that time the scope of the CTSU has expanded to include support of multiple NCI-funded networks and clinical trials of all phases and types including cancer treatment, prevention and control, advanced imaging and correlative science studies. The CTSU collaborates with the NCI and its funded organizations to develop and support operational processes and informatics solutions leading to cost-effective solutions that reduce administrative burden on clinical sites.

  • Facilitate investigator and research staff participation in selected NCI multi-center programs and their clinical trials.
  • Increase investigator and patient awareness and enrollment to cancer clinical trials.
  • Provide standardized, integrated and comprehensive support services to selected NCI multi-center programs.
  • Identify best practices and streamline or eliminate redundant processes and procedures.
  • Improve operational efficiency, enhance productivity and deliver products offering measurable business value to selected NCI-multi-center programs.Process, Fundamentals of Site Management, Statistical Concepts for Clinical Research, etc.