Resources for Researchers
Feinberg offers a wide range of resources, facilities, and services to support a range of research needs, from basic science to clinical research.
Feinberg Faculty Profiles
Search by faculty name, department, or interest.
A searchable database of expertise across all disciplines at Northwestern University.
This online knowledge management system links researchers from multiple disciplines by assessing existing collaboration patterns using institutional and public data such as PubMed, eIRB, and post-award systems. LatticeGrid integrates and visualizes these data around organizational constructs such as centers and departments to build models of collaboration patterns.
Facilities and Services
Research Cores Program
Centralized core facilites provide researchers with access to a ever-changing inventory of instruments and services, many of which are not commercially available, are beyond the means of individual investigators, or which can be provided most efficiently on site.
Center for Clinical Research
The NUCATS Center for Clinical Research exists to help investigators address study needs, including: budget preparation, review and reconciliation; regulatory filings at IRB and FDA; research participant recruitment; clinical research coordinators; support for ClinicalTrials.gov; and clinical research navigation.
Data and Informatics Resources
This subject registration system compiles all IRB-approved clinical research at Northwestern University.
Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW)
Northwestern's EDW is a single integrated database of all clinical and research data from all patients receiving treatment through Northwestern healthcare affiliates.
This new service brings non-federal funding opportunities to clinical and translational investigators. Faculty Connect presents opportunities to faculty whose research aligns well with the award criteria.
INVO manages Northwestern University's invention disclosure, assessment, patenting and marketing processes.
Meet Our People
Ruchi Gupta, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
Karl Bilimoria, MD
Surgical Outcomes and Quality Improvement Center
Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease Center
Connect with the Research Office
This page last updated Aug 13, 2013