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The CU Research Pharmacy cross-collaborative project is led by the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and in partnership with the School of Medicine, the CU Anschutz Chancellor, and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
The CU Research Pharmacy will be opening in April 2022. We will be transitioning investigational product from the UCH Investigational Drug Service to the CU Research Pharmacy as the CTRC moves into the new Anschutz Health Sciences Building (AHSB) beginning April 4th 2022.
The CU Research Pharmacy provides an investigational drug service that supports clinical research studies involving study-related medications for all investigators on the CU Anschutz campus outpatient setting. The CU Research Pharmacy assists in the clinical and administrative functions of drug research while assuring compliance with all federal, state, and COMIRB regulations concerning investigational drugs.
To support and facilitate CU Anschutz research efforts into new therapeutic agents to improve human health.
Support InnovationTo support the discovery and innovation of research in the outpatient setting
Promote CollaborationPromote an efficient, safe, collaborative, compliant research environment
Community EngagementEngage investigators and stakeholders across the CU Anschutz campus
AssistanceAssist in the execution of the scientific, clinical, and administrative functions of drug research.
AssuranceAssure that drug studies are conducted in a safe, effective, and efficient manner
ComplianceEnsure compliance with all federal, state and COMIRB regulations concerning investigational drugs.
In efforts to minimize costs to investigator-initiated/federally funded studies, there will be a tiered fee structure for the CU Research Pharmacy. The CU Research Pharmacy fees will be different for investigator-initiated/federally funded and industry-sponsored studies.
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