The University of Arizona

Clinical Research

The University of Arizona participates in cutting-edge health-related research that is vital in helping improve and saves lives. There are several resources available to assist investigators who participate in health-related clinical research at the University of Arizona.

Who Should I Contact For Assistance?

The Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC) at the University of Arizona is a network of health-related organizations and activities that includes the Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, and Public Health, as well as various Centers and Institutes. . The AHSC Research Administration Office provides support for various parts of the clinical research process.

Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC) Research Administration Office 

The Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC) Research Administration Office offers investigators assistance with grant and clinical trial applications, budgeting, financial management and ClinicalTrials.gov.

Centralized Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (C3)

The Centralized Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (C3) integrates and facilitates the management, coordination and conduct of clinical research at The University of Arizona Cancer Center.

Open Clinical Research Trials

The Open Clinical Research Trials Clinical Research Studies website provides information about currently recruiting research studies at the University of Arizona for the general public and healthcare providers. 

Arizona Institute for Clinical and Translational Science Center (AZiCATS)

The Arizona Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (AziCATS) provides resources to investigators at the University of Arizona. 

Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap)

Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) is a secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. REDCap is specifically geared to support data capture for research studies.