Clinical & Translational Research Center
The Winnick Family Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) at Cedars-Sinai gives clinical investigators the tools, staffing and research expertise to help complete their research throughout the hospital. We help drive medical innovation and serve our patients with a friendly, comfortable space where they can take part in studies. Our facility is dedicated solely to performing research procedures and implementing research protocols.
The CTRC is geared toward providing information for investigators. If you are a patient and are interested in participating in clinical trials or receiving information, please visit our dedicated page by clicking Learn More below.
The Cedars-Sinai Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) is designed to facilitate clinical research in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Founded in 1994 by the National Institutes of Health, the CTRC provides state-of-the art facilities as well as support for every aspect and stage of the study process.
Fields of Support
- Maternal/Fetal Medicine
- Women’s Health
CTRC News & Updates
Cedars-Sinai post-docs and fellows are eligible for awards for basic and translational research that has the potential to lead to important innovations. Read about recent winners of the Clinical Fellows Award, Malaniak Award and Rubenstein Award.
If you are an investigator, click here for answers to important questions about our services, what to expect and how to get started. If you are a patient, please visit our patient FAQs section.