The CCTS Research Commons can connect you to a broad array of supports to facilitate implementation of your clinical trial or human subjects study:

Clinical Services

Do you need trained, certified, and experienced staff to help implement your trial but can't afford another full-time employee? Through the CCTS Clinical Support registration process, we tailor a wide variety of services to meet the individual needs of each investigator we assist. You pay only for the amount of effort required. Learn more

Access Data

Data Request Form buttonCCTS Informatics provides investigators with access to clinical data for research via (1) our self-service i2b2 tool or (2) an Electronic Data Warehouse (EDW) analyst. Three levels of clinical data are available, including summary, limited (de-identified), and fully identified (IRB approval required). CCTS Informatics provides investigators with access to UAB electronic health record data via (1) our self-service i2b2 tool or (2) an Electronic Data Warehouse (EDW) analyst. Three levels of clinical data are available, including summary, limited (de-identified), and fully identified (IRB approval required). Learn more

Ethics 

CCTS offers expertise on the latest ethical issues emerging as a result of advances in genomics and informatics and the move toward precision medicine. In an era of increasing focus on transparency and reproducibility, CCTS bioethicists are available to participate on CCTS panels, to conduct workshops, and to consult on recruitment and informed consent procedures. Learn more

Tools

Our library of logs, checklists, standard operating procedures, and organizational tips will help you keep your clinical trial or human subjects study on track. Learn more

Trainings

From lunchtime brown bags to a 6-month certificate program in the latest clinical and translational research competencies, we offer trainings to strengthen the research skills of every member of your team. Learn more

Unique Resources

As a partner network, we can connect you to a broad array of unique research resources across the Alabama-Louisiana-Mississippi region, such as the 7T MRI at Auburn University, the Genome Sequencing Lab at HudsonAlpha Institute of Biotechnology, and small molecule high-throughput drug lead screening at Southern Research. Learn more

Do you need immediate assistance with the implementation of your clinical trial or study? Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 205-934-7442.