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Department of Orthopedic Surgery Research Center for Clinical Research

Center for Clinical Research

Our researchers at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital have a long history of conducting clinical research to advance the treatment and management of musculoskeletal disorders. Many of our clinicians and researchers are involved in clinical trials and other clinical research that encompass the full spectrum of orthopedic conditions.

The Center for Clinical Research (CCR), directed by James D. Slover, MD, and Raj J. Karia, MPH, serves as the central hub for NYU Langone’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery clinical research activities. The CCR provides a common home for orthopedic researchers in the different divisions of the department and enhances collaboration among orthopedic subspecialists. Our staff are active at all of the department’s major outpatient and inpatient facilities, supporting clinical research and facilitating the collection of patient-reported outcomes.

We are currently focused on three primary initiatives:

  • expanding our clinical research support services, including assistance with clinical study design and biostatistics; biospecimen collection, storage, and analysis; and grant application processes
  • facilitating compliance with institutional review board and federal regulations regarding clinical research
  • creating a department-wide infrastructure that participating faculty can use to collect validated patient-reported outcome data as part of standard practice

For more information, contact ccr@nyulangone.org.

Our Clinical Trials

Our clinical trials advance treatments for musculoskeletal conditions and help us deliver better patient care.

For Clinical Trial Participants

Find out about the different types of clinical research and how to participate in a trial at NYU Langone.

For Researchers and Study Teams

NYU School of Medicine offers guidance and support to researchers submitting to institutional review boards.