Jacobson Center for Clinical & Translational Research

Promoting and facilitating clinical and translational research

The Center for Clinical Research (CCR) was established in 2005 to promote and facilitate clinical and translational research at the former Medical University of Ohio (MUO). In 2008, with a generous $2M endowment from Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II, the CCR was renamed the “Jacobson Center for Clinical & Translational Research” (JCCTR) in honor of the donors.

All services are provided free of charge to principal investigators and clinical study coordinators. The Division provides monthly education and training sessions in Good Clinical Practices for Research and informs the clinical research community of new opportunities for industry sponsored clinical trials.

Learn more about current studies and meet our staff.

Missions:
  1. To increase the volume, efficiency, timeliness, and profitability of industry-sponsored clinical trials
  2. To increase the volume, diversity, and quality of investigator-initiated translational and clinical research

Work Flows (PDFs):

Pre-Study Investigator Initiated Pre-Study Clinical Trials Research Billing

Last Updated: 11/19/19