Clinical Research Resources
The large effort under way at the Siteman Cancer Center to discover more about the origins, prevention, development and treatment of cancer is focused on translating research advances in the laboratory to advances in patient care. Clinical trials are an important step in that process. At any given time, Siteman offers more than 500 therapeutic clinical trials, each carefully monitored and regulated to safeguard patient safety and privacy.
To search for clinical trials available at Siteman, visit our clinical trials search page. You may search for trials by disease type, keyword, principal investigator and protocol number.
Physicians, researchers and employees affiliated with Siteman also may have access to clinical trials information in the cancer center’s administrative database. Access to the database is subject to approval and limited to those on the Washington University Medical Center campus. For more information, please contact Amanda DeMoss – firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about how Siteman monitors and regulates clinical trials, click on the links below:
- Protocol Office (PRMC/QASMC)
- Monitoring Accrual by Gender, Race and Ethnicity
- Institutional Data Safety and Monitoring Plan (PDF)