The Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is committed to excellence in basic, translational and clinical research, and to provide a supportive research environment where scientists and clinicians work collaboratively on important scientific discoveries and advance human health. Every day, our dedicated teams of scientists pursue innovative research, advance scientific knowledge and translate discoveries to treat disease and improve health. We also offer exceptional training for the next generation of scientists including MD/PhD candidates, M.S. and Ph.D. candidates, postdoctoral and clinical fellows, medical students and residents.
Our research programs are led by nationally and internationally recognized faculty specializing in a vast array of basic biomedical, translational and clinical research programs including neurosciences, cancer, immunology and infectious diseases, pulmonary, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity, children's and women's health, community, population and global health, and basic biomedical research to unravel biological pathways and mechanisms of disease, identify therapeutic targets, discover new drugs and overcome drug resistance, to name a few.
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RWJMS investigators conduct cutting-edge clinical research to benefit patients, and provide chicldren and adults with access to clinical trials involving the newest treatments. In FY17, clinical trials in the adult Clinical Research Center increased 30% vs. FY16, which in turn was 50% over FY15. Use the tool available below from clinicaltrials.gov to browse our clinical trials that are currently enrolling new patients. There, you can also find information explaining the purpose of the trial, trial eligibility criteria, and how to get more information.
Use the tools available below to browse our clinical trials that are currently enrolling new patients. There, you will also find information explaining the purpose of the trial, trial eligibility criteria, and how to get more information.
Find out more about our Clinical Research Centers