To use CTRC resources and services, just check the "CTRC" box in your IRB submission through the Human Subjects Research Portal.
Nurse practitioner (adult CTRC only), RN, and medical assistant support to provide expert research protocol implementation and data collection in populations across the lifespan from birth to older age at:
All services are provided as fee-for-service resources. Only IRB-approved protocols can request CTRC services.
For additional information, please reach out to the appropriate CTRC Contacts listed on this page
CTRC Core Laboratory Services support IRB-approved protocols with a wide range of analytical testing including chemical, hormone, metabolite, and immunological assays. CTRC Core Laboratories are CAP- and CLIA-accredited and provide trained personnel, reagents, equipment, and QC capabilities to conduct assays for research studies.
Chemical and immunological assays, including peptide/hormone measures by HPLC, RIA, ELISA, Chemiluminescence, and spectrophotometry; Processing of blood, urine and saliva.
Adult CTRC Lab Hours: Monday and Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Chemical and immunological assays including cytokine and fat soluble vitamin assays, UPLC, HPLC, ELISA, Luminex, RIA, Nephelometry, chemiluminescence, and spectrophotometry.
Processing of sputum, tracheal aspirates, and BAL fluids
CHCO CTRC Lab Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Providing nutrition research expertise and assistance for clinical research protocols.
For additional information, please contact Nutrition Services.
The Cardiovascular BioImaging Core offers imaging techniques in vascular and cardiac ultrasound to provide a
comprehensive assessment of cardiovascular health in children and adults:
We provide expertise for obesity- and nutrition-related research, including the measurement of components of energy balance (e.g., energy expenditure and intake) and for assessing consequences of alterations in energy balance (e.g., body composition, substrate oxidation), and bone structure (HRpQT).
NEW!!! High Resolution peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomography (HR-pQCT) is now available to obtain non-invasive 3D images at the distal tibia and distal radius of humans for clinical in vivo assessments of volumetric bone mineral density and parameters of bone quality (e.g., microarchitecture, geometry, porosity, and biomechanics). XtremeCT II HR-pQCT scanner images have a very small isotropic voxel size (60.7 μm) and very low radiation dose (≤5 μSv per scan/anatomical site) so the device can be used for studies performed in adult, adolescent, and pediatric populations.
Scheduler will allow you to schedule across all CTRC services. Please see our Scheduler page for various topics such as:
|UCH Adult IP Unit|
|UCH Adult OP Unit|
303-724-1225 or 303-724-1226
|CHCO OP Unit|
|UCH Adult Nursing Manager|
720-848-7901 or 303-724-4402
|CHCO Nursing Manager|
|UCH Adult CTRC Core Lab|
|CHCO CTRC Core Lab|
|National Jewish Health CTRC|
|University of Colorado Boulder CTRC|
|Clinical Research Support Team (CReST)|