Division of Clinical Research Information Support (CRIS)
Director: Adina Londrc, M.D.

Clinical Research Information Support (CRIS)provides centralized standardized support to City of Hope clinical research investigators and staff, including support to the Clinical Trials Office (CTO) staff, as well as Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) collecting observational data. CRIS delivers resources and training, and develops programs and processes to establish best practices in accordance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

The DIS Divisionis dedicated to fostering an environment that enables clinical research to be conducted with the highest standards of quality, integrity and efficiency, working in close collaboration with Biostatistics and Research Informatics, to provide seamless services for your clinical research studies.CRIS also operates the protocol data management section of the Cancer Center'sClinical Protocol & Data Management Core (CPDMC).
 

The following services are offered to clinical research staff and investigators:
 

Clinical Trials On-Line SM

Curate and quality assure protocol data
Bookmark and load all PDF docs for protocols, consents, SROs
Post protocol alerts within 1-2 hours of request
Register your protocols to ClinicalTrials.gov and the NCI Clinical Trials Reporting Program

 

Data Quality
Case Report Form (CRF) design
Quality control of CRF data for in-house treatment and observational studies
Assistance with external audit data preparation
Data management preparation for FACT accreditation

 

Disease Registries
Data collection for observational disease registries
Data collection for hematology retrospective protocols
State mandated abstracting and reporting to the California Cancer Registry
Federally mandated data collection and reporting for all transplants performed at COH

 

Multi-center Coordination
Multi-center coordination and support of both interventional and observational studies sponsored by COH
Data coordinating center for NCI sponsored trial through California Cancer Consortium-Pittsburg (CCC-P) and other externally peer-reviewed grants