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King's Clinical Trials Unit

The UKCRC accredited King's Clinical Trials Unit collaborates on academic led clinical trials, providing expert methodological, operational and IT systems support. The unit primarily supports NIHR funded definitive multicentre trials, but support can be provided in some cases for other study designs and funding bodies.

Access: Visit www.ctu.co.uk and complete a support request form
Training: The CTU offers a range of online training resources
Location: 2nd floor, Main building, IoPPN,16 De Crespigny Park, SE5 8AF | Denmark Hill Campus
Contact: ctu@kcl.ac.uk

King's Health Partners Clinical Trials Office - Commercial Team

The Commercial Team at the King's Health Partners Clinical Trails Office (KHP-CTO) provide a streamlined service for commercial sponsors & Investigators wishing to conduct clinical trials within KHP to ensure that there are common, efficient processes for the set-up, approval, administration and financial management of clinical trials.

Access: Contact the facility.
Training:
The training team provide a range of training courses and events for KCL, KCH IoPPN / SLAM and Guy's and St. Thomas' Trust staff involved in the conduct of Clinical Trials. 
Location: Reception, 16th floor, Tower Wing, Guy’s Hospital, Great Maze Pond, London SE1 9RT | Guy’s Campus
Contact: A full list of contacts are available on the KHP-CTO webpage

King's Health Partners Clinical Trials Office - Organisation Sponsored Clinical Trials

The Quality Team at the King's Health Partners Clinical Trails Office (KHP-CTO) manage the Sponsor responsibilities for Clinical Trials of Investigational Medicinal Products as defined in UK legislation, for trials (co)sponsored by one or more of the KHP Organisations - (KCL, Guy's & St Thomas', King's College Hospital or South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trusts').

Access: Contact the facility.
Training:
The training team provide a range of training courses and events for KCL, KCH IoPPN / SLAM and Guy's and St. Thomas' Trust staff involved in the conduct of Clinical Trials.
Location:
Reception, 16th floor, Tower Wing, Guy’s Hospital, Great Maze Pond, London SE1 9RT | Guy’s Campus
Contact: khpcto.crateam@kcl.ac.uk

Neuroimaging Research Facility

Providing facilities for both basic neuroscience and more applied clinical research studies, incorporating structural, functional, pharmacological MRI techniques. A dedicated team support the development of fMRI paradigms and associated ancillary equipment, and we can provide access to a range of clinical and non-clinical spaces for use during scanning sessions.

Access: Contact the facility for enquiries and costings for grant applications.
Training: Individual consultations to discuss technical and logistical requirements and pilot scanning session provided.
Location: Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, DeCrespigny Park, London, SE5 8AF | Denmark Hill Campus
Contact: scanningcostings@kcl.ac.uk

Preclinical neuroimaging facility: The BRAIN Centre

Biomarker Research and Imaging for Neuroscience (The BRAIN Centre) is a world leading facility for preclinical in vivo and ex vivo neuro-imaging of experimental animal models of neurological and psychiatric disorders. While the main focus is on magnetic resonance (MR) – structural & functional imaging and spectroscopy, the centre also provides assistance with small animal brain PET scanning as well as variety of post-mortem imaging and in vivo techniques such as microdialysis, electroencephalography, behavioural testing, histology and autoradiography.

Access: Contact the facility for enquiries and costings for grant applications.
Training: Full training is provided, or assistance with imaging experiments is also possible for untrained or inexperienced staff or students. Contact the facility for more information..
Location: The BRAIN Centre, Neuroimaging, James Black Centre, 125 Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 9NU | Denmark Hill Campus
Contact: Facility Manager: Dr Diana Cash or email the brain@kcl.ac.uk

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Research Facilities

King’s College London has a world-class range of research facilities, technical services and technology platforms.