Striving to defeat cancer and other illnesses, Fred Hutch researchers regularly conduct innovative infectious disease research and global clinical trials. These life-saving efforts require meticulous data management and adherence to international compliance standards.
Over the past 25 years SCHARP has conducted more than 250 HIV prevention and vaccine studies in domestic and international sites. SCHARP and its partner SDMCs are currently managing nearly 90 phase I – III clinical trials, with more than 40 actively enrolling or following participants. The studies are being conducted at over 150 clinical sites in more than 25 countries around the world.
Established in 1992 to support global HIV prevention research at Fred Hutch, we have since expanded to support additional therapeutic areas including oncology and other infectious diseases. SCHARP operates according to all national and international regulatory standards. Our team with over 150 clinical trials specialists are skilled in biostatistics, programming, IT data systems, quality assurance, project management and clinical and lab data management collected from multiple sources worldwide.
SCHARP supports clinical researchers and administrators with high quality clinical and laboratory data management and statistical services.
SCHARP provides statistical support and data management services to researchers worldwide in the fight against HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other infectious diseases.