Clinical Research Office
The University at Buffalo Clinical Research Office (CRO) is a centralized office of research staff, reporting to the UB Vice President for Research and Economic Development and the UB Vice President for Health Sciences.
The CRO is charged with administrative oversight for all research activities for the University's faculty members engaged in clinical research activities. The CRO serves to facilitate compliant, meaningful research within the Institution by unifying policies governing research conduct across all University at Buffalo Schools and Departments.
All proposals submitted by University at Buffalo personnel will be transmitted to and reviewed by CRO staff to assure adherence to internal and external regulations and standards of practice. The functional areas supported by the Office include: protocol development assistance, contracts admission, budget development and negotiation, regulatory assistance and guidance, and research subject advocacy.
The Clinical Research Office (CRO) strives to support the Investigator and the study staff by providing the resources and assistance necessary to conduct meaningful research in a regulatory compliant manner.See All >
The University at Buffalo, through the Research Foundation for the State University of New York, is dedicated to streamlining the process of negotiating Confidentiality Disclosure Agreements and Clinical Trial Agreements with our Industry partners in an effort to facilitate the timely start-up of industry-sponsored clinical trials that involve our investigators.See All >
Clinical research is an important and necessary part of finding new medications, new treatments and new ways to diagnose conditions and diseases in people.See All >
The University at Buffalo Clinical Research Office works in close communication with our institutional partners to provide the transparency necessary to foster a relationship of confidence, trust and pride in knowing that we are able to offer our collective customers access to cutting edge research being conducted across all conditions and disease states.See All >