If you have any questions about current clinical trials or clinical research please call (970) 644-4460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2596 Patterson Road (or 2596 F Road)
Grand Junction, Co. 81505
Phone: (970) 644-3180
Fax: (970) 644-3198
Our current FWA Status can be verified by entering FWA "00024869" (or Colorado West Healthcare System) here.
We have created a Site Information Profile Document to assist sponsors in assessing whether or now we may be a good fit for a potential study. Request a copy here.
Our research team meets every Tuesday to review potential research studies. Please email your introduction letter and/or synopsis to email@example.com with an Attn: Research Director.
Grand Valley Oncology offers student internships. Click here to learn more about available opportunities.
In accordance with Federal regulations and institutional policy, researchers at CWHS/GVO are required to disclose Significant Financial Interests (SFIs). Additionally, CWHS / GVO is required to post our institutional policy related to Financial Conflict of Interest (FCOI) for researchers. The policy is available here.
Members of the public can request and obtain the following information concerning any SFIs held by senior / key personnel for a Public Health Service funded research project where the SFI is determined to be a Financial Conflict of Interest, as defined by our policy:
To obtain this information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We require the name of the researcher or a description of the records of interest in order to access the information. Please also include the address to which the information shall be sent. Once the request is received, a response will be provided within 5 business days.
Additional information: The National Institutes of Health has published a Frequently Asked Questions Web page to explain new federal regulations pertaining to conflict of interest reporting and records availability. New regulations related to reporting and availability went into effect on August 24, 2012. The NIH FAQ can be found here. The information provided is current as of March 27, 2018 and is subject to updates.