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Research Services

NCRT-CE offers service and consultation to researchers across Florida State University to guide the development and implementation of clinical and translational research protocols and community engaged research. We tailor and track the impact of methods that promote participation of underserved populations into research as full collaborators, throughout the entire research process, from design, to recruitment, to retention and dissemination. In addition to the below services, our team-members can serve as co-investigators on grants and can be committed support for research, grant, and community engagement activities.




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Study Recruitment Assistance

Are you a researcher at Florida State University looking for study participants? We can help!

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Our Support Services

Study Development

  • Grant proposal development (CoM faculty only)
  • Protocol development, review & feasibility
  • Institutional research and standard operating procedures
  • Informed consent (form development, training)
  • Case report forms
  • Study development
  • Registries/repositories
  • Operationalizing protocol

Regulatory Assistance

  • IRB and regulatory guidance
  • Clinical trials regulatory support (IND/IDE applications, FDA compliance)

Qualitative Research Methods

  • Focus groups
  • Interviews

Recruitment Consultations

  • Site recruitment
  • Tailored recruitment plans
  • Social media outreach

Data Management


  • Training for investigators
  • Training for community

Community Engagement

  • Research participation and recruitment
  • Community-engaged research consultation
  • Connect with community partners
  • Facilitate resource sharing to the community


For clinical research support needs outside the CTSA initiative, please contact the FSU Office for Clinical Research Advancement (OCRA) at ocra@fsu.edu.


For assistance with advanced statistical study design, data analysis or information on the OneFlorida Data Trust, please contact the Biostatistics, Informatics and Research Design (BIRD) Program.

Last Updated: Friday, June 14, 2024 at 2:08 PM