Surrey Clinical Research Facility (SCRF, formerly Surrey Clinical Research Centre) is a core human research centre within the Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences, University of Surrey.
As a MHRA Phase I accredited facility (since 2010) we are able to advise on and execute the complete clinical trials process from start to finish including protocol design and development, oversight of all regulatory applications, set-up, management and conduct, as well as data management, data analysis and reporting from single-site to global multi-centre trials. Our team of highly qualified and experienced staff are dedicated to ensure the safety and comfort of all trial participants whilst ensuring that the data collected is of the highest quality, accuracy and integrity.
We have a prestigious track record of over 15 years’ experience undertaking clinical trials in both participant and patient populations from Phase I, first-in-human, through to Phase IV. In addition to our work with leading pharmaceutical companies we collaborate with small biotech organisations, charitable organisations, basic science and clinical academic colleagues on a range of studies including CTIMP, medical device and interventional studies. We have particular expertise in sleep, psychopharmacology, circadian rhythms, chronopharmacology, oncology, immunology, vaccines and early phase studies in healthy participants.
Our facilities make us ideally placed to conduct protocols that require intensive physiological monitoring or long term residential periods. As an integral part of the University of Surrey, we have links with academic experts/key opinion leaders in a range of disciplines who are able to provide their expertise during protocol development, clinical conduct and data analysis. In line with the University strategy we are further developing our expertise/resources to be able to support research into healthy aging and clinical neuroscience.