Spectrum is a Stanford independent research center funded by an NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA). Its goal is to accelerate and enhance medical research, from basic discovery to improved patient care.
Assistance from a Study Facilitator
Spectrum Operations, Training & Compliance provides Study Facilitators who guide investigators and study personnel through the clinical research process, from study idea and design through close-out and publication, for clinical and translational research projects.
Study Facilitators are health professionals with extensive clinical research experience and expertise in navigating the Stanford clinical and translational research system. A Study Facilitator can help you get started and advise you regarding:
Budgeting and Billing Matters
Grant and Contract Processes
Using Study Navigator to set up and track your study
Spectrum IT and Software Development
For questions, comments or suggestions about Spectrum software, please contact:
If you have corrections, comments or questions about the website, please contact the webmaster.
Please view the individual pages of the Spectrum website describing programs and services for specific contact information.
For questions about Spectrum or the CTSA program, or if you are unable to identify the correct contact person or get the assistance you need, please contact:
Starting a Clinical Study?
Study Navigator is a study management tool for researchers for developing and conducting clinical trials or human studies at Stanford. Use Study Navigator to Schedule Consultations, Download Tools, Update Studies.Login to get started