WELCOME TO THE NCTO

The HRB National Clinical Trials Office, (HRB NCTO), was established in May 2021 as an independent, integrated, national clinical research network, providing centralised support in conducting multi-centre clinical trials and investigations, both commercial and academic, across Ireland.

HRB NCTO is a National Network made up of a central office, the 7 University-based Clinical Research Facilities/Centres (CRF/C’s) and the staff working in the delivery of the clinical research activities across the Network. The HRB NCTO central office provides overarching support and expertise, through a range of services and activities. The partner CRF/C’s provide the infrastructure, physical space, facilities, experienced research and specialist support staff along with the necessary quality and oversight programs that are critical to the running of the clinical trials, investigations and research studies and for the successful conduct of world class patient focused research.

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NATIONAL CLINICAL TRIALS OFFICE

WELCOME TO NCTO

The HRB National Clinical Trials Office, (HRB NCTO), was established in May 2021 as an independent, integrated, national clinical research network, providing centralised support in conducting multi-centre clinical trials and investigations, both commercial and academic, across Ireland.

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NEWS and Events

  • Published On: January 18, 2023

    UKCRF Network awarded £2.4 million for 2023-2028

    The NCTO would like to sincerely congratulate our colleagues at the UK Clinical Research Facility Network, hosted by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), [...]

  • Published On: January 10, 2023

    In4Kids Network Official Launch

    In4Kids hosts their network launch at the Glucksman Gallery, UCC, Jan 27th 2023: SEE MORE NEWS [...]

  • Published On: January 10, 2023

    Irish Research Radiation Oncology Group Inaugural Conference – 20th January 2023

    The Irish Research Radiation Oncology Group (IRROG), a HRB partnership supporting cancer clinical trials to improve health and care, is [...]

  • Published On: January 6, 2023

    End of Year Meeting 2022

    End of Year meeting including a variety of speakers from our partner CRF/Cs Session 1: Session [...]

  • Published On: November 8, 2022

    UCC Cancer Trials Group – Public & Patient Event – 25th Nov

    REGISTER HERE SEE MORE NEWS SEE MORE NEWS [...]

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ABOUT US

HRB NCTO is a National Network made up of a central office, the 7 University-based Clinical Research Facilities/Centres (CRF/C’s) and the staff working in the delivery of the clinical research activities across the Network. The HRB NCTO central office provides overarching support and expertise, through a range of services and activities. The partner CRF/C’s provide the infrastructure, physical space, facilities, experienced research and specialist support staff along with the necessary quality and oversight programs that are critical to the running of the clinical trials, investigations and research studies and for the successful conduct of world class patient focused research.

BECOME A MEMBER

HRB NCTO membership is open to clinical research personnel working in hospitals, practices and academic research organisations in Ireland, including investigators, site staff and sponsor staff. This may include clinicians, research nurses, research fellows and support staff such as project managers, data managers ,statisticians, regulatory affairs, data protection and legal staff, etc.

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BECOME A MEMBER

HRB NCTO membership is open to clinical research personnel working in hospitals, practices and academic research organisations in Ireland, including investigators, site staff and sponsor staff. This may include clinicians, research nurses, research fellows and support staff such as project managers, data managers ,statisticians, regulatory affairs, data protection and legal staff, etc.

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WHO WE SUPPORT

OUR SERVICES

RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS

Deciding to take part in a clinical study is an important personal decision. This section aims to help you understand more about clinical research.

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HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL

HRB NCTO supports healthcare professionals who wish to conduct clinical research. Find out how we can support you.

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LIFE SCIENCES SECTOR

HRB NCTO provides support and infrastructure to help the Life Sciences sector across pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals and medical devices, deliver high quality clinical research in Ireland.

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ACADEMIA

If you are developing a proposal for a research study that will involve patients in Ireland we can offer you guidance and support.

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RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS

Deciding to take part in a clinical study is an important personal decision. This section aims to help you understand more about clinical research.

Find out more

HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL

HRB NCTO supports healthcare professionals who wish to conduct clinical research. Find out how we can support you.

Find out more

LIFE SCIENCES SECTOR

HRB NCTO provides support and infrastructure to help the Life Sciences sector across pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals and medical devices, deliver high quality clinical research in Ireland.

Find out more

ACADEMIA

If you are developing a proposal for a research study that will involve patients in Ireland we can offer you guidance and support.

Find out more
  • Published On: January 18, 2023

    UKCRF Network awarded £2.4 million for 2023-2028

    The NCTO would like to sincerely congratulate our colleagues at the UK Clinical Research Facility Network, hosted by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), [...]

  • Published On: January 10, 2023

    In4Kids Network Official Launch

    In4Kids hosts their network launch at the Glucksman Gallery, UCC, Jan 27th 2023: SEE MORE NEWS [...]

  • Published On: January 10, 2023

    Irish Research Radiation Oncology Group Inaugural Conference – 20th January 2023

    The Irish Research Radiation Oncology Group (IRROG), a HRB partnership supporting cancer clinical trials to improve health and care, is [...]

  • Published On: January 6, 2023

    End of Year Meeting 2022

    End of Year meeting including a variety of speakers from our partner CRF/Cs Session 1: Session [...]

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