Surrey Clinical Research Facility (SCRF, formerly Surrey Clinical Research Centre) is a core human research resource within the Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences (FHMS), University of Surrey.
Surrey CRF is recognised as a centre for the delivery of clinical trials and studies involving participants, particularly early phase studies such as phase 1, First in Human (FIH) and phase 2a (proof of concept), and has held MHRA Phase 1 accreditation since 2010. Studies involving sleep benefit from our close involvement with Surrey Sleep Research Centre (SSRC).
The CRF is closely associated with Surrey Clinical Trials Unit (SCTU) who can provide expertise in study design, project management, data systems and data management and statistics. The combined Surrey Clinical Trials Unit and Clinical Research Facility benefits from a shared leadership and research support structure, and is well placed to deliver clinical trials at all phases.
Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Sleep Continuity and Slow Wave Sleep as Predictors of Cognition, Mood, and Subjective Sleep Quality in Healthy Men and Women, Aged 20–84 Years
Ciro della Monica, Sigurd Johnsen, Giuseppe Atzori, John A. Groeger and Derk-Jan Dijk.
A. Charlotte M. T. de Wolf ,Susan van Aalst , Irene S. Ludwig, Caroline L. Bodinham, David J. Lewis, Ruurd van der Zee, Willem van Eden, Femke Broere
In the first human study of its kind, researchers from the University of Surrey discovered that delaying meal times delays the circadian rhythm of sugar in the blood.
Efficacy of a Topical Aromatic Rub (Vicks VapoRub®) on Effects on Self-Reported and Actigraphically Assessed Aspects of Sleep in Common Cold Patients
Nayantara Santhi, David Ramsey, Gill Phillipson, David Hull, Victoria L. Revell, Derk-Jan Dijk