• Who are we?

    Surrey Clinical Research Facility is a a core human research centre within the University of Surrey, with 15 years’ experience undertaking clinical trials.

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  • A well connected team

    Staff work across disciplines to ensure that all aspects of the process run smoothly and efficiently, and ensure the participant journey is enjoyable.

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  • Facilities

    Purpose-built facility houses a ward, individual monitoring rooms, a laboratory and a pharmacy that can handle a broad range of research studies.

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  • Want to take part in a clinical trial?

    Our friendly recruitment team are here to help and guide you in every step.

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Surrey Clinical Research Facility (CRF, 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). As Surrey CRC, the facility held MHRA Phase 1 accreditation from 2010-2020. Studies involving sleep benefit from our close involvement with Surrey Sleep Research Centre (SSRC).

The CRF is closely associated with Surrey Clinical Trials Unit (CTU)  who can provide expertise in study design, project management, data systems and data management and statistics. Both Surrey Clinical Trials Unit and Surrey Clinical Research Facility benefit from a shared leadership and research support structure, and are well placed to deliver clinical trials at all phases.




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