Surrey Clinical Trials Unit and Clinical Research Facility
Surrey Clinical Trials Unit and Clinical Research Facility, formerly Surrey Clinical Research Centre (CRC), combines a UK CRC registered Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) and MHRA accredited Phase 1 Clinical Research Facility (CRF).
Surrey Clinical Trials Unit and Clinical Research Facility (SCTU/CRF) focuses on academically led clinical trials/studies to support high quality research outputs and impact cases. It welcomes collaboration on:
- Laboratory / first-in-human to multicentre clinical trials
- Evaluation and implementation strategies on multi-discipline (cross-faculty) digital health initiatives.
SCTU/CRF has a close association with Surrey Sleep Research Centre for the delivery of studies involving sleep and circadian rhythms.
Surrey Clinical Trials Unit
Led by Professor Simon Skene (Director, Professor of Medical Statistics) and Dr Agnieszka Michael (Medical Director, Clinical Reader in Medical Oncology and Consultant Oncologist). Surrey Clinical Trials Unit (SCTU) supports the design and delivery of (multi-centre) clinical trials.
Surrey Clinical Research Facility
Led by Professor Simon Skene (Director) and Dr Hana Hassanin (Associate Medical Director, DrMed), the Surrey Clinical Research Facility (SCRF) provides a ‘participant-facing’ centre for detailed investigation of interventions on human subjects.