Clinical Trials/Office of Research Administration
The majority of studies open at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center are clinical trials – patient-oriented research that will hopefully lead to developing or enhancing therapeutic interventions. These trials help clinicians discover improved methods for treating particular diseases.
To learn more about clinical research at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, visit our Clinical Research page here.
In addition to traditional clinical trials that test new drugs or devices, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is also involved in cutting-edge translational research projects. This research helps ‘translate’ findings from basic, laboratory research into useful applications that can enhance and promote human health.
To learn more about translational research at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center visit our Translational Research page here.
Comparative Effectiveness Research Institute (CERI)
The newest component to the research mission at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is the Comparative Effectiveness Research Institute (CERI). This institute is leading an initiative to enhance patient safety and the quality of medical outcomes by pinpointing the most beneficial and cost-effective courses of treatment for patients.
To learn more about comparative effectiveness research at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, visit our CERI page here.