The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Center for Clinical Research (KU Wichita CCR) is dedicated to determining the safety and optimal dosing of significant new medications to relieve the burden of illnesses on patients and families. This involves testing drugs and biologics with novel mechanisms of action for many common illnesses.
The KU Wichita CCR resources include:
- 14 fully furnished research and clinical offices with telecommunication capabilities
- 2 exam rooms
- 2 centrifuges
- 2 refrigerators
- Full-size -20F freezer
- Full-size -80F freezer
- Half-size -80F freezer
- Research and Teaching Pharmacy
- Continuous temperature monitoring
- Storage area
The KU Wichita CCR is also available to support clinical research investigators for other studies on the Wichita campus. This involves assistance with study startup and operationalization, including administrative oversight and training of investigators and site staff.
For more information, please contact the KU Wichita CCR Director Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, MD, PhD, FACP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jun 14, 2022