Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

Cores, Shared Resources & Support Offices

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital provides wide-ranging support for researchers on today’s studies that will lead to tomorrow’s advancements in pediatric medicine.

Advancements in pediatric health depend on fundamental scientific investigation aimed at the discovery of the basic mechanisms of disease that impact children, as well as the early origins of later-onset disease. Biomedical discovery at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital has great potential to improve not only children’s health, but also future generations of adults.

Our institution-wide cores, shared resources and support offices serve as a vital resource for designing and implementing funded, innovative studies with researchers across disciplines and levels of experience in both basic and clinical/translational research.

Our research support resources include:

Basic Science Cores, Shared Resources and Support Offices

Johns Hopkins All Children’s features an array of research cores, shared resources and support offices designed to provide fundamental biomedical investigators campus-wide access to research tools, technologies, consultation and services, optimizing the quality and efficiency of basic research.

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Clinical/Translational Cores, Shared Resources and Support Offices

Johns Hopkins All Children’s features an array of research cores, shared resources and support offices designed to provide clinical/translational investigators campus-wide access to research tools, technologies, consultation and services, optimizing the quality and efficiency of clinical/translational research.

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Department of Research & Grants Administration

The Department of Research & Grants Administration provides grants and contract support services for those seeking funding for new research studies as well as those currently conducting funded research. Services include identifying funding opportunities, budget development, proposal development assistance, confidentiality agreement development/processing, contract negotiation, materials and/or data transfer agreement development/processing and post-award administration.

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Institutional Review Board

The Johns Hopkins All Children's Institutional Review Board (IRB) oversees all research involving human subjects conducted by Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital staff and employees, regardless of the location of the research or its source of financial support. The Johns Hopkins All Children’s IRB is one of seven Johns Hopkins Medicine IRBs, which it joined in 2013.

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