NorthShore Research Institute
The NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore) Research Institute is recognized internationally for translational research that takes basic science from the laboratory directly to the patient’s bedside and the community. Our ability to bring new therapies rapidly into our hospitals and medical offices distinguishes NorthShore from other institutions.
The NorthShore Center for Clinical and Research Informatics (CCRI) preserves and improves human life thorough the innovative collection and use of clinical data. CCRI builds upon NorthShore's award-winning electronic health record and extensive data warehouse to be a nationally recognized leader in clinical research informatics. CCRI works across a wide range of medical domains and computational methods to solve complex clinical challenges, ultimately changing the way medicine is practiced.
Approximately 1,000 active clinical trial studies are housed at NorthShore, which focus on a range of conditions, including cancer, neurologic disorders and stroke, cardiovascular disorders, dermatologic issues, pediatric and gynecologic conditions as well as major clinical trial programs in advanced imaging and medical genetics.
Your support enables our physician scientists to blaze medical frontiers, cure challenging diseases through clinical trials and improve patient outcomes. Our commitment to promoting groundbreaking discoveries and speeding their translation from the laboratory to the bedside prove each day that “research is the best medicine.”
For more information about supporting excellence and transforming lives through philanthropic support the NorthShore Research Institute, please contact John Hanson, PhD, Director of Philanthropy, at 224.364.7208 or give online.