The CRF works in conjunction with different investigators within St James’s hospital and at other sites, our research is predominantly centred around early detection of cancers in women’s health. These studies contribute to a greater understanding of certain biomarkers or methods of screening which in the future could be used to detect cancers at an earlier stage.
|Study Name||Study Title||Study Type||Sponsor||Sponsor Type|
|MULTI HPV 463||Equivalency Study of Clinical and Self Collected Samples for Cervical Cancer Screening Protocol No. MULTI HPV 463||Other||Roche||Commercial: Industry|
|BIO-RAIDs||Biomarker evaluation in advanced stage cervical cancer by an international working group. Tumor Stages (1B1-4)||Observational with radiology or blood tests||Institut Curie||Non-commercial: Academic|
|t-BRCA||Upfront systematic tumour BRCA testing in patients with high grade serious or endometrioid ovarian, fallopian tube or primary peritoneal cancer: The t-BRCA Study||Observational with invasive tests||Cancer Trials Ireland||Commercial: Industry|
|EHUD||Early Detection of High Grade Ovarian Cancer Using Uterine Lavage and Duplex Sequencing - EHUD study||Observational with invasive tests||Medical University Vienna||Non-commercial: Academic|