The Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children’s National (CTSI-CN), a partnership between Children’s National Hospital and George Washington University, facillitates and supports a number of active research studies and clinical trials. To learn more about our research, or a specific research study or clinical trial please vist one of the following sources:
Clinical Trials Finder at Children's National Hospital
At Children’s National Hospital, we’re actively conducting research and clinical trials to pioneer treatments and cures for childhood’s most devastating diseases. At our world-class research institute, we’re performing more than 1,100 clinical research projects and rank seventh in the country for pediatric funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The extent of our research program is not only exemplified by sheer size, but also by the vast array of specialties in which we perform our research. We’re leading efforts in the pediatric community to revolutionize treatments in childhood cancer, rare genetic disorders, developmental disabilities, behavioral disorders and surgical conditions. Our research, often performed through clinical trials, gives your child the opportunity to participate in studies that will develop new treatments that can directly benefit your child, as well as patients around the world who are faced with a similar condition.
Children’s National patients have access to hundreds of clinical trials each year. Through these trials, our researchers are working to treat – and even cure – childhood diseases.
To learn more about Clinical Trials at Children's National, please visit the official website: Clinical Trials Finder at Children's National
Figuring out where to start can be the hardest part about finding research studies you might like to join. That’s why the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children's National has partnered with Vanderbilt University to provide Trials Today. Trials Today makes it easier for you to quickly search all research studies that are being conducted at Children's National. By answering a few short questions, Trials Today can help you find specific studies that may be of interest you or your child.
To learn more about Trials Today, please visit the official website: Trials Today
GW Cancer Center Clinical Trials
The George Washington University Cancer Center (GW Cancer Center) is proud of its physician scientists and their commitment to medical research. These clinical studies are designed to add to the medical knowledge base and relate to the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of diseases or conditions.
To learn more about Clinical Trials at the GW Cancer Center, please visit the official website: GW Cancer Center - Clinical Trials
GW Medical Faculty Associates Clinical Trials
The GW Medical Faculty Associates (GW MFA) is proud of its physician scientists and their commitment to medical research. Here you will find ongoing clinical studies that are designed to add to the medical knowledge base and relate to the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of diseases or conditions.
To learn more about Clinical Trials at the GW MFA, please visit the official website: GW Medical Faculty Associates - Clinical Trials
ResearchMatch (For Volunteers)
ResearchMatch is a national volunteer research registry that brings together researchers and willing volunteers who are interested in participating in research studies.
This national registry, developed by institutions affiliated with the National Institute of Health’s Clinical and Translational Science Awards, provides a confidential and secure web-based approach to helping families learn more about specific research studies at Children’s National.
To learn more about ResearchMatch (For Volunteers), please visit the official website: ResearchMatch (For Volunteers)
Clinicaltrials.gov is a web-based resource that provides patients, their family members, health care professionals, researchers, and the public with easy access to information on publicly and privately supported clinical trials on a wide range of diseases and conditions.
Both Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children’s National (CTSI-CN) partner institutions, Children's National Health System and The George Washington University list all clinical trials in whihc we participate on Clinicaltrials.gov.
To learn more about Clinical Trials conducted at Children's National Hospital, The George Washington University, and beyond, please visit the official Clinicaltrials.gov website: ClinicalTrials.gov