Aurora caregivers specializing in a variety of areas of medical research can help guide investigators through the research studies process for clinical trials and investigator-initiated research. The Aurora Health Care Research Team (pdf, 1 MB) consists of medical scientists and researchers, clinical coordinators and administrative staff in several research departments, including:
Research Administration is the institutional office that oversees and supports the work of all of Aurora’s research areas.
Aurora UW Medical Group (AUWMG) Research Committee
The Aurora University of Wisconsin Medical Group (AUWMG) Research Committee supports AUWMG care providers in conducting applied research.
Biomedical Research is conducted in three primary areas: immunology, cancer immunotherapy and endocrine research.
Center for Integrative Research on Cardiovascular Aging (CIRCA)
The Center for Integrative Research on Cardiovascular Aging, or CIRCA, conducts research on interventions that prevent age-related cardiovascular dysfunction.
Center for Urban Population Health - Aurora (CUPH)
The Center for Urban Population Health (CUPH) contributes to the deeper understanding of health issues that affect people throughout the community, with an emphasis on the urban population.
Comprehensive Breast Care Center Aurora Sinai Medical Center
The Comprehensive Breast Care Program at Aurora Sinai Medical Center provides the full spectrum of breast cancer management available within the same campus.
Clinical Trials Research
Clinical Trials Research studies evaluate new drugs, devices or treatments for a variety of health problems and diseases.
Investigator-Initiated Research (IIR) helps develop, facilitate and conduct patient-centered outcomes research.
Institute Business Services
The Institute Business Services provides assistance and serve sas a resource in all phases of clinical research, sponsored programs, investigator-initiated and collaborative research, administrative activities, and communications of the Research Institute.
Personalized Medicine (ORBIT)
The Open-Source Robotic Biorepository and Informatics Technology (ORBIT) resource is a library of genetically diverse patient specimens available to researchers for the purpose of testing new technologies and personalizing medicine.
Regenerative Medicine Center
Regenerative Medicine Center is developing innovative therapies and improving outcomes in patients with cancer, cardiovascular and neurological diseases through stem cell and regenerative medicine research.
Sponsored Programs Office
Sponsored Programs Office serves as a central coordinating office for externally-funded research and sponsored projects.
St. Luke's Center for Gastroenterology Research
The St. Luke's Center for Gastroenterology Research leads research programs in interventional gastroenterology, chronic inflammatory disease, and early diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal illnesses.