LifeBridge Health Research

Committed to the Advancement of Care

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Advancing Treatments, Saving Lives

The LifeBridge Health Department of Research provides cutting-edge medical research to help treat a variety of health concerns in the surrounding community. Our expert researchers conduct clinical trials to help in the advancement of new medical devices and drugs that can improve and save lives.

Who We Are

LifeBridge Health’s research divisions are:

  • Department of Research

  • RIAO Clinical Research Division

  • Sinai Center for Thrombosis Research and Drug Development

  • Adult Oncology Research

  • Pediatric Oncology Research

  • Sinai Rehabilitation Center Division of Rehabilitation Research and Engineering

What We Do

The Department of Research is charged with the oversight, facilitation and support of all research activity occurring within LifeBridge Health. The department serves as a resource for faculty, physicians, residents, fellows and administrators, providing support services and guidance in fulfilling the obligation to plan and conduct all experimental procedures with the highest scientific, humane and ethical principles.

Active Clinical Trials

Learn about the active clinical trials of each research group.

Active Trials (Coming Soon)

Information on Research and Clinical Trials

Participating in medical research or clinical trials helps doctors and other experts evaluate the safety and effectiveness of new treatments and medications.

Learn How to Patricipate

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

The LifeBridge Health Institutional Review Board (IRB) ensures that the rights and welfare of human subjects participating in research are adequately protected, the risks to subjects are outweighed by the potential benefits of the research, the selection of subjects is not coercive or biased, informed consent will be obtained and documented where appropriate, and that there is scientific merit to the proposal.

If you have any questions regarding the IRB or participant safety, please contact the IRB at: