CLINICAL RESEARCH OFFICE DELIVERING NEW AND PROMISING CANCER TREATMENTS
The mission of the UF Health Cancer Center Clinical Research Office, or CRO, is to help deliver new and promising cancer treatments that improve the lives of our patients at the UF Health Cancer Center. The CRO provides support to our clinical investigators for the development and implementation of cancer clinical trials — facilitating the conduct of high-quality clinical research while adhering to the highest ethical standards and maintaining compliance with all governing bodies.
The Clinical Research Office is committed to supporting clinical research addressing the complex needs of the catchment area and the patients we serve, with an emphasis on providing access to novel cancer treatments. The office provides comprehensive resources to investigators for the efficient conduct of cancer clinical research with representative inclusion of minorities, women and individuals across the lifespan.
FORUMS & COMMITTEES
The IIT Think Tank (I2T3) is a dedicated monthly forum for investigators to refine, discuss, collaborate and collect feedback on new investigator-initiated concepts.
The Scientific Review and Monitoring Committee provides critical review of the scientific merit, methodology and validity of statistical analyses of cancer-relevant studies prior to activation.
The Data Integrity and Safety Committee is a multidisciplinary committee comprised of UF Health Cancer Center investigators and staff.
The Academic Research Consortium Network consists of eight affiliate sites across Florida specializing in all cancer types and trials, under the leadership of the University of Florida Health Cancer Canter.
Interns have the opportunity to work as clinical research assistants on one of our clinical or project management teams.