KU Clinical Research Center

Exterior shot of front of CRC building

Clinical partnerships

Medical research isn't all about world-renowned doctors, state-of-the-art labs, promising new drugs. Medical research is ultimately about easing the pain, finding hope and saving a life. The pioneers of medical research are doctors — those who are driven to find a cure, not for notoriety, but because they have the compassion for and seek to comfort a fellow human being. The pioneers of medical research are volunteers — those with illnesses who are hoping for a cure and helping to find a cure at the same time.

The success of our research depends on the partnership between these pioneers at KUMC — a partnership based on mutual trust and a common goal of wellness.

About the Clinical Research Center

Designed unlike any other research facility in the country, the 82,400-square-foot building, which was donated by the Hall Family Foundation, has been remodeled with state-of-the-art features and a more efficient use of space, resources and manpower to best accommodate patients and researchers:

  • Easily accessible outpatient exam and treatment rooms, office space and specimen collection labs
  • A pavilion for gatherings and community events
  • Clinical research functions combined into one location

Last modified: May 03, 2012
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