SOUTH CAROLINA CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Research Coordination and Management
The SCTR Research Nexus provides a wide range of research coordination and management services for MUSC investigators. The research coordinator staff includes experienced, trained and VA-credentialed personnel, as well as licensed nurse coordinators. For investigators seeking assistance with management of multi-site trials or day-to-day oversight of research programs, project management services are available.
"It just made my job easier having… a “team” effort approach. Everyone from management, to nursing, to lab and front desk were focused on the clinical trial with an acute understanding of protocols needing to be followed as closely as possible. But what was the icing on the cake was the way they made our subjects feel when they came through the door…This was my first time conducting an industry trial with Nexus and I could not have had a better experience!.. I look forward to working with Nexus in the future!”
Dana C. Rosson
Clinical Trials Coordinator
Division of Rheumatology and Immunology
"I have been very happy with the services I have received from the RCM. My clinical coordinator is very knowledgeable conducting my clinical studies, IRB submissions, budget negotiations, clinical data management, and regulatory needs."
James Thomas, MD
"Everything went more smoothly than I could have hoped with Adrian's (and Sarah's) help. They were thorough, responsive to minor feedback, and very accommodating. I appreciate the help so much!”
Edith Williams, PhD
Public Health Sciences
"The Nexus RCM has provided the Division of GI Surgery with quality research coordinators for multiple clinical trials. The RCM staff is always available to help out whether it is for regular daily operations or for the unexpected issues that inevitably arise in the conduct of clinical research. The coordinators possess knowledge in all areas of trial management and are experts in study start up and implementation, trial conduct, regulatory affairs, and data management. Their help has been invaluable to the success of our trials."
Katherine Morgan, MD, FACS
Division of GI and Laparoscopic Surgery