The Michigan Clinical Research Unit (MCRU) provides the clinical staff, resources, and infrastructure necessary to conduct adult and pediatric human clinical research protocols at the University of Michigan. The main performance site is located at Michigan Medicine within the Cardiovascular Center (CVC). The Domino's Farms extension is located in northeast Ann Arbor, approximately four miles from the hospital.
Together, the locations provide access to medical assistants and lab personnel. In addition, the main location houses the metabolic kitchen, specimen core and processing lab, and an exercise physiology room.
The cost pricing / recharge rates for these services are available here.
This document includes information about Michigan Clinical Research Unit (MCRU) facilities at both the Cardiovascular Center and Domino’s Farms.
Research Participant Scheduling Portal
This is web-based scheduling tool can be used used by study teams to notify the Michigan Clinical Research Unit (MCRU) when they would like to use our space and services for study visits.
MCRU hours of operation calendar
This calendar is available to notify study teams of hours of operation for the Michigan Clinical Research Unit (MCRU).
MCRU time and events table.xls
This document is a template for creating the MCRU report / time and events table requested in eResearch. When filling out the document, please make sure you include MCRU services requested, length of each visit, and location. This document is then uploaded to section 42 of the IRB application and used to create a proposed MCRU budget.
MCRU Protocol Initiation Roadmap.pdf
This document is used to guide discussion during a Michigan Clinical Research Unit (MCRU) Protocol Initiation Meeting. It is also emailed to the study team with confirmation of a scheduled initiation meeting. Study teams are to fill it out with relevant study information such as study title, HUM#, MCRU locations used, clinical services requested, etc. and email it to Amber Basnaw 48 hours prior to the initiation meeting.
Please contact Amber Basnaw if you have questions about the information included on this page.