For Researchers

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Welcome to the Office of Research Services

Whether you’re contemplating your first clinical trial or are an experienced investigator, YCCI can help you navigate today’s complex research landscape. Our wide array of services and resources supports all aspects of clinical and translational research. YCCI support includes services to design and manage clinical trials, cutting-edge instrumentation and technologies, funding opportunities for pilot projects, and experienced staff to assist in ensuring the quality and safety of clinical trials. We encourage you to explore this website to discover how we can help transform your research ideas into successfully completed clinical and translational studies.

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Translational Technologies and Resources (YSM Cores)

Built by the School of Medicine and augmented by YCCI through strategic investments, Yale's core research facilities offer a wide array of state-of-the-art technologies for biomedical research not often found in academic research institutions. More...

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Quality Assurance and Training

YCCI has partnered with the Yale Cancer Center to develop a quality assurance and safety monitoring system to support investigators and improve the quality of clinical research at Yale. More...


OnCore, Yale's new Clinical Trials Management System (CTMS), seamlessly integrates all of the components of research activity across the research enterprise. It provides an informatics infrastructure for managing research, including the full range of operational components (clinical, regulatory, financial and administrative) and electronic integration of patient demographics, study-specified visits and laboratory results. OnCore is designed to lessen the burden on investigators and research staff, so that conducting research is organized and efficient. It is not limited to administrative tasks, however. OnCore has the capability to capture and store research data that can be exported for additional analyses and reporting.

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Publication Citation!

As a reminder, the CTSA must receive acknowledgement on relevant publications. Where applicable, please include the following text:

"This publication was made possible by CTSA Grant Number UL1 TR000142 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official view of NIH."

To learn more about citing the Yale CTSA click here.