Clinical Research Center staff represent CHOC's core values
of Excellence, Compassion, Innovation, Collaboration and Service.
Experienced, qualified and competent staff provide customer
focused, quality based support for the Center.
Orange County is home to 3.0 million people. Economically and ethnically diverse, nearly 30% of the County's population are children or adolescents; 23% are 14-years or younger. Over 30% of the County's population are Hispanic or Latino and about 14% are Asian. CHOC is a not-for profit, public benefit hospital located in the city of Orange.
The CHOC Research Institute receives federal funding, including
funding from the NIH, for basic science research. Experienced basic
research scientists at CHOC are available for collaboration and
protocol development for clinical research studies. CHOC currently
has state-of-the-art, wet laboratory space available for qualified
research on a contract basis.
If you are interested in contacting this center to discuss placing a clinical
trial there, please complete and send the email form below. A representative from
the research center will then follow up with you.
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