Clinical Research

Nana Gletsu

As an academic health center, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center offers numerous clinical trials to patients in Emory Healthcare. Many of these trials are developed by investigators and many are multi-institutional trials developed by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pharmaceutical companies, and other federal agencies.

Office for Clinical Research

Numerous clinical trials are available to patients through Emory Healthcare and partner institutions. Trials are developed by Emory investigators, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pharmaceutical companies, and other federal agencies.  Read More…

Institutional Review Board

All clinical trials must go through a rigorous review process conducted by the Emory University Institutional Review Board. Read More…

Clinical Trials

A list of clinical trials available at Emory through the National Institutes of Health website. Read More…

Winship Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Office

The Winship Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Office (WCI CTO) supports high-impact clinical research with the goal of advancing progress in cancer care. Read More…

Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute

This NIH-supported partnership is led by Emory University, along with Morehouse School of Medicine, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The institute is part of a national consortium designed to spur the transformation of clinical and translational research and bring new treatments more efficiently and quickly to patients. Read More…