Joint Research Office
- What does the JRO do?
- Post Approval
- Academic Clinical Trials
- Commercial Research
- Training and Education
- Patient and Public Involvement
- Funding Opportunities
- JRO News
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Clinical Trials Units (CTUs)
- UCLH Patient Flag
- Information and tools to help prepare your study submitted to the JRO
The Joint Research Office (JRO) continues to provide support to researchers after a trial has been approved.
The JRO works with researchers to make sure they meet on-going regulatory requirements and to ensure any issues that arise are resolved quickly and efficiently.