Wright State and Premier Health Partners announce clinical research initiative

Wright State University and Premier Health Partners will form the Clinical Trials Research Alliance to increase medical research opportunities for physicians and clinicians and boost access to clinical trials in the Dayton region.

This major public-private initiative combines Wright State’s strong biomedical research programs with the clinical resources of the region’s leading hospital system. Premier Health Partners is making a major investment of $4 million over five years to support the infrastructure of the alliance. 

The Clinical Trials Research Alliance is expected to build a $5-7 million annual clinical research portfolio over five years, roughly doubling the total of what the medical school and Premier have today. More details available in the Wright State press release.

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