MANAGING ONGOING STUDIES

While a well planned and executed study is going to run more smoothly than a poorly prepared one, even the best planned study needs to be managed and monitored. The Wright Center provides services and tools to help you manage your project.

ServicesTools and Facilities

Legal and Policies

Keep your clinical trial study record current at ClinicalTrials.gov

Stay up to date on reporting requirements for your faculty-held Investigational New Drug application (IND) or Investigational Device Exemption (IDE)

Legal and Policies

VCU’s Clinical Research Standard Operating Procedures are available to guide you in conducting your research (link may require VCU login credentials)

Registered studies need to be updated annually or within 30 days of a study change at the ClinicalTrials.gov Protocol Registration and Results System

Complete required continuing renewals your Institutional Review Board (IRB) or Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) research (link may require VCU login credentials)

Training

Help your study team maintain best practices with help from the Wright Center’s Translational Workforce Development Program

Collecting and Managing Data

Use OnCore to collect and manage your study data (link may require VCU login credentials)

Monitor the data collection in your HIPAA compliant REDCap project (link requires VPN login if off campus)

Get Unstuck

Come to the Wright Center Consulting Hours for one-on-one help – contact the research navigator for details

Participant Recruitment

Keep your study record at ResearchMatch up to date so that you don’t miss any potential participants

Identify potential participants through TriNetX

The StudyFinder record is drawn from your ClinicalTrials.gov record, but checking to make sure it is accurate is a good idea

Cite & Submit: UL1TR002649

Publications supported by the Wright Center must cite the CTSA Grant number (UL1TR002649) and comply with the NIH Public Access Policy. We rely on these citations as a critical performance measure when reporting annual productivity to the NIH.