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Clinical Research Support

The Clinical Research Center provides resources for Ohio State scientists

The Clinical Research Center (CRC) is a link in the translation of new scientific knowledge to impact public health.

Resources available to researchers include nursing support for study implementation and data collection; a specimen processing laboratory; a core laboratory for running specialized assays; and bionutrition resources, including feeding trials, diet analysis, body composition, metabolism and exercise fitness labs.

CRC Mission

To provide a high-quality, ethical, safe, efficient, and cost-effective environment that fosters education and training and encourages participation by investigators in clinical and translational lifespan research.

Clinical Research Center
2nd Floor Dodd/Davis Hall
480 Medical Center Drive
Columbus, OH 43210

For more information:

William B. Malarkey, MD
CRC Director
  David K. Phillips
Administrative Manager, CRC


“The help of the nurses in the Clinical Research Center has been invaluable for my research, which could not have been launched without the funds I received through an award from the Pilot and Collaborative Studies program.”

Angela Brown, PhD


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