NIHR GOSH Clinical Research Facility
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Clinicial Research Facility (CRF) provides specialist day care accommodation for children and young people taking part in clinical research studies.
This state of the art, purpose built facility is available to all GOSH/ICH staff undertaking clinical research, in particular early phase and experimental medicine trials.
Meet our team
Head of Nursing, Clinical Research:
Lorraine Hodsdon - Lorraine.email@example.com
Head of Clinical Research Operations:
Grant Nicholson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Manager, Clinical Research Facility:
Dr. Moonsang Seo - Moonsang.email@example.com
Specialist Children’s Research Nursing Team:
The CRF is staffed by an experienced team comprising of two Matrons, 2 Advanced Research Nurse Practitioners, Band 7 Research Sisters, Senior Research Nurses, dedicated Band 5 and 6 Research Nurses, Assistant Research Practitioners, Nurse Associates, Health Care Assistants and a Play Specialist. The CRF Children’s Research Nursing team work in conjunction with the NIHR Clinical Research Network (LCRN North Thames) research delivery team, who are also based in this facility. A key aim of the CRF is to provide career development for all children’s research nurses working within the GOSH/ICH, as reflected in our specialist children’s nursing team structure.
Non-Clinical Research Delivery Team
Our dedicated support staff provide a tailored service to investigators undertaking all types of clinical research within GOSH. We currently have a large team of data managers and research coordinators as well as laboratory staff based in the Camelia Botnar Laboratories.