The Center for Clinical and Translational Research is the virtual home for pediatric clinical and translational research. The Center supports innovative clinical research studies and the translation of basic science discoveries into improved child health.
The Center integrates closely with the Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA), an NIH/NCRR-sponsored component of the CTSA network.
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- Protocol Scientific Consultation: CCTR provides individual scientific consultations for investigator initiated studies. Please note: a draft proposal or protocol must be submitted prior to the meeting.
- Research/Data Safety Monitoring Plan: CCTR assists investigator initiated studies by providing remote/on-site interim monitoring visits, assisting in the creation of the data and safety monitoring plan, and the development, implementation and closure of corrective and preventive actions (CAPA).
- IND Application Resources: CCTR will provide guidance and assistance in navigating FDA regulation for pediatric Investigational New Drug (IND) applications. For more information on this service, please click here
- Clinical Research Resources: CCTR provides investigators and their teams with a wealth of clinical research resources. To learn more, please click here.
- Clinical Trails Advisory Committee (CTAC): CTAC facilitates discussions and initiatives of quality improvement in the many aspects of conducting clinical trials at Emory and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The committee consists of investigators and other research staff.
- If you would like to submit a topic suggustion, or become a member of CTAC, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Emory Children's Center Research Unit is space dedicated to research only subject visits (with IRB approval).
- 2 exam rooms
- 1 consult room
- Research staff work room
- Emory Children’s Center, 2015 Uppergate Drive Atlanta, GA 30322
- 1st Floor, Rooms: 148D, 150A, 150B. 150C
Contact Information: ECC-RU@emory.edu; 404-727-4888
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Children's Clinical and Translational Discovery Core is open to investigators at Emory and CHOA, as well as collaborators within and outside of Emory.
Mission: Support and compliment the research efforts of qualified investigators by providing laboratory research services and access to biological samples that represent a variety of diagnoses and healthy volunteers
- Collection, processing and storage of the following samples:
- PBMCs, Serum, Plasma, Urine, Stool, Tissue, Biopsies, and DNA
- Storage in a variety of storage media and freezers, including -80C and -150oC freezers
- Laboratory Support:
- Cell Culture, Plate-based Assays, Sample Processing, Electrophoresis and Immunoblotting, Molecular Biology
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The Pediatric Research Center (PRC) is the pediatric clinical interaction research site of the Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA), a multi-institutional partnership established to effectively translate scientific discoveries into the clinical setting. The Children’s Pediatric Research Center is designed to provide the necessary infrastructure for investigators to conduct pediatric clinical research.
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The Research Office at Scottish Rite supports child health investigators throughout the planning and implantation of their research. The office provides individual consultations, biostatical support, IRB guidance, and Study Coordinator support. The office, located on the ground floor within the medical library, is accessible to investigators around the clock. Computers and workstations are available.