Renal Clinical Trials
The Royal North Shore Hospital Renal Clinical Trial Unit has a strong research history, participating in Phase 2 to Phase 4 clinical research for more than 20 years. We have a high performing, research-oriented unit, working to deliver best-practice healthcare and overall community wellbeing.
With a strong focus on collaboration, our unit works closely with the community, our workforce and research partners to provide high-quality, evidence-based healthcare.
The Renal Clinical Trial Unit is led by a clinician supported by two full time trial coordinators and a part time research associate. At any given time, our team co-ordinates 15 to 25 investigator-initiated or industry sponsored clinical trials, while also working in a busy clinical environment caring for patients with kidney diseases.
Our research investigates a broad range of conditions including, chronic kidney disease, diabetic kidney disease, cardiovascular health, glomerular disease, dialysis and its related complications, transplantation, hypertension, renal supportive care and pregnancy related outcomes.
The Renal Clinical Trial Unit is currently undertaking a range of investigator-initiated and industry-sponsored trials.
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