Radiology Clinical Research Core

Frequently Asked Questions

RadCore is a support facility that assists investigators at Washington University School of Medicine with all aspects of their clinical research needs.

Below is a list of the most frequently requested services:

  • Grant development and submission support
  • Study start up and coordination
  • Operational and services
  • Regulatory support
  • Financial and budget management support
  • The Imaging Response Assessment Core (IRAC)

Keep in mind this list is not exclusive and that RadCore welcomes new research ideas and innovations. 

While our focus is on clinical trial coordination involving imaging modalities, the use of imaging is not required. In addition to radiology faculty, RadCore clients include faculty from anatomy and neurobiology, anesthesiology, bioengineering, genetics, internal medicine, oncology, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, neurology, neurological surgery, pathology and immunology, pediatrics, psychiatry, radiation oncology and surgery.

If you have any questions about RadCore or would like to discuss your research needs, email Greg Williams.