CITR is a network of transplant centers and other organizations working to promote the progress, safety, and success of islet cell transplantation.
Conducting clinical studies for persons with inherited orphan retinal degenerative diseases and dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Yearly, about 24,000 children in the US are born to women with epilepsy. The majority are fine, but a national study aims to further reduce the risk.
The mission of the IAVI program is to conduct clinical trials of candidate HIV vaccines, primarily in developing countries.
Phase III trial compared efficacy and safety of standard care vs. triamcinolone injection(s) for macular edema associated with retinal vein occlusion.
This program is strongly focused on translating the science of cell-based therapy into useful clinical applications.
CoFAR was established to conduct both observational and clinical studies to answer questions related to food allergies.
CIRB reduces the administrative burden on local IRBs and investigators while continuing a high level of protection for human research participants.
The Clinical Coordinating Center provides resources to support the CTN in its general operations and the conduct of the multi-site clinical trials.
CTIMS provides information support, statistical support, and data management for extramural/intergroup and expanded access trials sponsored by CTEP.