Our Clinical Research Coordinators

We Are with You Every Step of the Way.

It’s natural to be nervous about participating in a clinical trial. But you can breathe a little easier knowing our team is by your side the entire time. Our clinical research coordinators have a genuine concern for your safety and well-being. We do everything possible to help you have a good clinical trial experience.

The Aurora Difference

Clinical Research Coordinators

At Aurora Health Care, you have access to leading-edge care. Our research touches the lives of people in 90 communities across eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Clinical research coordinators play a big role in helping you stay safe and get the care you need.

Highlights of our program include:

  • Certified experts: All of our clinical research coordinators are required to earn certification and receive ongoing training in best practices for research care. This level of training means you don’t have to worry about small details. We make sure you receive all of the tests and treatments required for the clinical trial. Read more: Clinical trials: What to expect.
  • Commitment to safe, ethical research: Clinical research coordinators – and all members of our clinical trials team – adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards. Your safety, comfort and wellness are our highest priority. Find out more about integrity and quality.
  • Access to leading-edge care: When you participate in a clinical trial, you may be among the first people in Wisconsin to receive these new treatments. For example, we were the first program in Wisconsin offering a new procedure for replacing heart valves (transcatheter aortic valve replacement or TAVR). Learn more about our history of research innovation.


Personalized Support from Clinical Research Coordinators

Our clinical research coordinators are dedicated to supporting you throughout your clinical trial participation. We help you have a good experience by:

  • Answering your questions: Before you agree to participate in a clinical trial, we help you learn everything you need to know. This information includes a detailed explanation of the treatment being studied and any additional tests or doctor visits you may need. Learn more by reading our clinical trials FAQs.
  • Helping you get additional information when necessary: Many people like to seek out more information before agreeing to participate in a clinical trial. We help get you pointed in the right direction with clinical trials helpful links and information.
  • Providing emotional support: Your participation in a clinical trial could last years – with highs and lows along the way. We make a point of getting to know you as a person so we can lend a caring ear whenever you need it.
  • Coordinating your care: We help you make appointments and get all the care you need related to the clinical trial. When you have lab tests, we make sure the results get to your doctor promptly.
  • Solving problems related to your care: We are here for you no matter what you need. If you receive a bill and have questions, we can help get you the answers you need.

How to Participate

Find out more about ways to participate in research.

Become a Research Sponsor

You can sponsor original research or clinical trials.

Make a Donation

Your donation can help fund critical research or help to develop new medical products.

Collaborate With Aurora

Bring our expertise and data to your research program.