Regulatory Support , Advocacy and Bioethics Core (RSAB)

The Research Support , Advocacy and Bioethics Core aims to provide centralized, accessible regulatory support, advice and guidance.
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NEW On-line Request Form for CCTS Services

Interested in any services from CCTS? We now have an on-line, integrated form. Click the button below to get started.

UICollaboratory Research Profiles

Are you looking for collaborators, mentors, or faculty expertise in a specific subject area? The UICollaboratory can help. Click the button below to explore. For more information, help and FAQs [more]

Obtaining Research Services within University of Illinois Hospital

New Hospital Fee Policy for Federally Sponsored Studies Effective November 1, 2009. For more information click here.

The University of Illinois Hospital at Chicago provides campus researchers with a variety of tests and procedures at a reduced rate. To view the current policy, please click here.

Check with the specific service providers to determine what test/procedure your study requires.  Ask for the current CDM (“Charge Description Master” - full charge) for the hospital fee (“technical charge”). Procedures and tests may include a professional fee as well; contact names for that are included, as appropriate.

Clinical Laboratory
Sally Opel
A grant-specific Lab Requisition can be created for your study.

For professional fee for Pathology:
Andrea Saenim

Joseph Abraham

For professional fee for Radiology:
Kunal Vora

Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Diagnostics
Peter Kondos

For professional fee for Cardiovascular Diagnostics:
Birgitta E. Kuehn
Director of Physician Practice/Heart Center

GI Lab
Barbara Verdich, Nurse Manager

Sleep Lab
Jean Fitzpatrick
Uses global fees, inclusive of professional fee.

Investigational Pharmacy
Michael Pacini

Center for MR Research
Keith Thulborn, MD, PhD

Room and OR Charges
Peter Bauer

For more information on using hospital services for research purposes, including the process, establishing an account, and the discounted research rate for your study, visit:

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