Clinical Research at the University of Miami
Clinical research studies at the University of Miami seek answers to specific questions about vaccines, new drugs, new medical devices or new ways of using known treatments. This research can help determine whether potential treatments are safe and effective. The staff at the University that conduct and facilitate clinical research include principal investigators, members of the research team, coordinators, departmental program administrators, and other support personnel.
Log into Velos eResearch
Please note that you must complete a Velos eResearch Access Request to log into Velos eResearch clinical trials management software.
Log into eProst
Please note that you must complete an eProst Account Request Form to log into the University of Miami’s Electronic Protocol Submission and Tracking System (eProst) system.
- Clinical Research Facilities at the University of Miami include the Clinical Translational Research Site, an outpatient facility that provides a comfortable, safe and effective environment to conduct professional, high-quality research involving human subjects.
- Clinical Research Listserv: Join this supplemental listserv to learn about new policies, training and education opportunities, process changes, and other information for human subjects’ researchers. You may post questions, share information on clinical research, and find collaborators and specialized resources.
- Human Subjects Research Office & Institutional Review Boards (HSRO & IRB): The HSRO provides administrative support for the University of Miami IRBs, which review proposed research involving human subjects to ensure the protection of those subjects and regulatory compliance.
- Office of Research Compliance & Quality Assurance (RCQA): This office provides standardized monitoring and auditing functions, educational training, and regulatory support for clinical research teams at the University of Miami.
- For Study Participants: The University of Miami offers many opportunities to participate in clinical research studies.