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Clinical Research Lab (CRL)

The CRL has a decade of experience in supporting research ranging from smaller, single-department funded trials to larger, multi-center national trials. Regardless of the size of your trial, if the PI succeeds ~ then we do.

Active Federally-funded research

Women’s Health Research

R01 CA134539, Monitoring of breast neo-adjuvant therapy by thermo- and photo-acoustic tomography
PI: L. Wang/ B. Monsees, 03/2009 – 2/2014

Cardiothoracic-related Research

NIH 1 R01 DC011311-01A1, “Recurrent laryngeal nerve connective tissues as a factor in vocal cord paralysis”
PI: Dr. Bierhals, 4/2012 to 3/2015

R01HL090806, “Evaluation of Endobronchial Interventions for COPD via CT and 3He MRI”
PI: Dr. Woods, 08/15/08-07/31/12 

R01HL70037, “Quantitation of lung ventilation and structure by 3He MR”
PI: Dr. D.  Yablonskiy, 12/15/02-02/28/14 

U10HL109257, “Severe Asthma Research Program “
PI: M. Castro, 08/08/11-07/31/17 

Pediatric Neuro-related Research

R01 HD055741, “A Longitudinal MRI Study of Infants at Risk for Autism” and “ACE Network: Brain Behavior Development in Autism during Infancy (Supplement)”
PI: K. Botteron, McKinstry Radiologist, 07/01/07 - 05/31/14    

R01 HD059854, A Longitudinal MRI Study of Brain Development in Infants with Fragile X Syndrome
PI: K. Botteron, McKinstry Radiologist, 09/30/09 - 08/31/14    

R01 NS066932, Longitudinal DTI study in Children Treated for Congenital Hydrocephalus
PI; Limbrick, McKinstry Radiologist, 09/30/09 - 06/30/14    

R01 MH090786, Neuroimaging in Early Onset Depression: Longitudinal Assessment of Brain
PI: Luby, McKinstry Radiologist, 05/01/10 - 02/28/15    

P30 HD062171, Washington Univ Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (WUIDDRC)
McKinstry/Shimony Radiologist, (Core D – Imaging Core) 08/01/10 - 06/30/14    

Thrasher Research Fund, “Neonatal Erythropoietin And Therapeutic Hypothermia Outcomes “
PI: Y. Wu, McKinstry Radiologist, 10/01/2013 – 09/30/2016                 

Cancer Research

P30 CA91842, Imaging and Response Assessment Core (IRAC)
PI: T. Eberlein, B. Siegel, 08/02/01 - 06/30/15 

The major goals of this supplement are to (1) establish a core facility for archival, quality control and analysis of conventional imaging studies used in response evaluation for cancer clinical trials and (2) develop a coordinated mechanism to ensure that novel imaging methods for response prediction or early response assessment are incorporated into therapeutic clinical trials at the Cancer Center. Image analysis core for the Siteman Cancer Center supporting over 400 cancer trials.