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Located on the campus of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, the Dybedal Clinical Research Center (CRC) is the first adult not-for-profit academic clinical research center in Kansas City, Mo. An emerging leader in advancing medical knowledge through clinical research, the Dybedal CRC offers several advantages for your next clinical study or drug trial.
Our facility is designed specifically for phases 1-4 clinical research. The 8,000-square-foot facility is a state-of-the-art environment for staff, volunteers, sponsors and clinical research associates.
As an academic-based center, the Dybedal Clinical Research Center offers access to research subjects from a wide demographic. In addition to hundreds of medical students willing to take part in studies, participants are selected from the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area, which has a population of nearly 2 million.
The Dybedal Clinical Research Center has a dedicated staff of experienced, full-time, certified clinical research coordinators, a highly-qualified director of clinical research and board-certified physician investigators—each committed to conducting successful clinical research.
Unlike many academic-based research centers, Dybedal Clinical Research Center is able to conduct PhRMA sponsored nearly all clinical trials using the sponsor's or CRO's selected Institutional Review Board.
The Dybedal Clinical Research Center has experience working with many sponsors and contract research organizations.
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