LifeBridge Health Research

Committed to the Advancement of Care

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Advancing Treatments, Saving Lives

Clinical research is required for the development of new drugs, surgical procedures, devices and other therapies designed to address a wide variety of health conditions faced by the public. The LifeBridge Health Department of Research conducts cutting-edge clinical research and provides the opportunity for patients to participate.

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.

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 Participate

Active Clinical Trials

See a list of our currently active clinical trials.

Active Trials Adult Oncology Trials Pediatric Oncology Trials

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

The LifeBridge Health Institutional Review Board (IRB) is responsible for protecting the rights and welfare of human participants in research conducted by faculty, staff, and residents affiliated with LifeBridge Health, Inc.

Learn More About the IRB

Where to Give

The Department of Research appreciates generous community partners like you to help carry out the advancement of new medical devices and drugs that can improve and save lives. Gifts to the Department of Research are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. To make your donation please complete and submit the form below.

To make a gift by mail, make your check payable and sent to:

LifeBridge Health Department of Research
2400 Cylburn Ave
Suite B
Baltimore, MD 21215