Rochester Clinical Research partners with primary and specialty doctors around the Greater Rochester Area to create a better offering for our volunteers and the Greater Rochester Area. Each of our partners bring an expertise in a particular indication and a passion of research to better serve their patients. Our network of affiliated sites across a variety of clinical specialties is expanding strategically in line with emerging pipeline needs. Check back as we add additional research-savvy groups to our Premier Site roster. If you are a provider interested in exploring study opportunities with (including operational support) our seasoned RCR staff, click here.


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Legacy Pediatrics and Rochester Clinical Research officially partnered to advance the field of pediatric medicine in early 2018. Pediatric Research is an important tool in providing the best care for our children and future generations. While research studies that focus on developing new medications for serious pediatric illnesses such as cancer or cystic fibrosis often make headlines, there is a wealth of research quietly happening to look at new and better vaccines and approaches for alleviating common childhood ailments. In the past few years, Rochester Clinical Research has helped Legacy Pediatrics’ Research department on several pediatric studies, including Chlorea vaccine, Flu vaccine, Swine Flu vaccine, Ebola Detection Device, and more. Together, RCR and Legacy Pediatrics creates the preferred partnership to give you and your family an additional care option.

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Rochester Colon & Rectal Surgeons (RCRS) and Rochester Clinical Research officially partnered in June 2018. RCRS is a group of surgical specialists committed to caring for people with problems of the intestinal tract. They not only provide the full spectrum of colorectal surgical care but offer services that extend beyond the operating room – including research study opportunities. This will provide an additional care option for their patients, which is important due to the limited treatments available for anorectal problems. Learn more about current studies by asking your RCRS doctor what may be available for you.

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