Clinical Research Core



Clinical and translational research requires extensive regulatory knowledge, access to clinical facilities and staff, and specialized infrastructure for storing and tracking patient samples and data. These requirements place clinical and translational research out of reach for many investigators, and limit the CTR capabilities of many Oklahoma institutions. The Clinical Resources Core provides a centralized resource to efficiently meet these needs, thus enabling research into diseases that impact the health of Oklahoma’s population.

Clinical Service Units

This Unit provide study recruitment, subject visits, and sample collection in our clinical research areas at OUHSC and OMRF. In addition, our skilled personnel can travel to clinics to accommodate specialized equipment, patient requirements, or investigator needs.

Regulatory Assistance Unit

This helps researchers navigate the regulatory requirements necessary for clinical research, clinical trials, dissemination/implemental research, or device studies at academic, tribal or community locations. The Regulatory Assistance Unit works with the Community Engagement and Outreach and the Administrative Core. OSCTR pilot award recipients are required to use this service.

Registry and Repository Unit

This Unit helps investigators establish new registries, repositories, and collections, and provides access to existing collections. The available resources include both cross-sectional collections and longitudinal studies with extensive data from clinical encounters, biospecimens, and associated laboratory and experimental data.

How to Work with the Core

The Clinical Resources Core provides access to samples and data from OSCTR-supported collections in the ACI Biorepository, as well as external sources such as the Oklahoma Blood Institute. Resource sharing through the Clinical Resources Core is subject to all relevant institutional policies.



Facilities & Resources

The OUHSC Clinical Resources Facility is located in the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, Suite 2100.


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Julie Stoner
Hal Scofield, MD
Clinical Research Core Director
Associate Director
Clinical Research Core Associate Director