Collaborations


"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” - Helen Keller

CRAB achieves its mission through long-standing partnerships with both research collaborators and with for-profit organizations. The SWOG Statistics and Data Management Center (SDMC) is co-located at Fred Hutch and CRAB. SWOG is one of five U.S.-based National Cancer Institute-supported cooperative groups within the National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN). CRAB’s Clinical Research Services (CRS) division has a number of key partnerships with research consortia as well as pharmaceutical clients. As we continue to build and leverage our oncology expertise, we believe our client-centric approach allows us to strengthen and expand our key research partnerships.

SWOG

The SWOG SDMC is co-located at Fred Hutch and CRAB. SWOG is one of the largest National Cancer Institute-supported cooperative groups within the NCTN.


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Myeloma Institute

CRAB and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Myeloma Institute have a long and successful history of collaboration on Multiple Myeloma research.


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Fred Hutch

The SWOG SDMC is co-located at Fred Hutch and CRAB.


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OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

Through this unique collaboration, biostatisticians from CRAB and the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute will work side by side to support investigators through study design, analysis plan, clinical trial electronic data capture systems, data management and statistical analyses.


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Berg

The Pancreatic Cancer Research Team (PCRT) at CRAB is collaborating with Berg to discover and validate a clinical biomarker for pancreatic cancer.


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IASLC

CRAB has been an integral collaborator with the IASLC since the 1990s, and will continue this partnership through at least 2024.


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PCRT

PCRT conducts clinical trials for patients with pancreatic cancer, using innovative genomics research strategies to develop new prevention, diagnostic and treatment methods for patients with pancreatic cancer.


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PNW Forum

The Pacific Northwest Life Sciences Executive Forum was created to bring together executive level professionals from non-profit life sciences organizations in the Pacific Northwest.


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