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UK clinical trials Units

is a research unit working across both Imperial, Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust, with the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and affiliated NHS trusts delivering world class clinical trials of all phases.

Activities encompass all aspects of all stages of clinical trials from generation to delivery. ICTU includes expertise in trial methodology and all aspects of delivery in key disease areas and works closely with the Joint Research Office of Imperial College London to ensure that the regulatory, legal and quality control aspects of trials are met.

ICTU represents an exciting evolution based on key areas of trial expertise and existing trial teams within Imperial College London, the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and affiliated NHS Trusts.

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