The software helps increase the efficiency of protocol and subject management, improves compliance, and more.
OnCore clinical trial management software is piloting across select School of Medicine departments in preparation for a larger, University-wide rollout in 2022. The software helps increase the efficiency of protocol and subject management, improves compliance, and more.
The UNC Lineberger Cancer Center has successfully used the software for more than 15 years. Over the next few months, the departments of dermatology, radiology, pulmonary, benign hematology and psychiatry will also move onto the platform.
“Bringing all clinical research projects into OnCore will help us successfully realize our goal of increasing transparency into the clinical research enterprise’s financial and operational performance, which will drive our research strategy,” said Andy Johns, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
In addition to University clinical research, UNC Health projects will also be able to leverage the platform, expanding large-scale collaboration opportunities and streamlining support.
“We are looking forward to being more efficient in how we operate and how we support clinical research,” Johns said. “Having better data to understand our overall clinical portfolio, our opportunities and our challenges will be valuable as we move forward.”
As additional divisions move onto the platform, they will receive extensive training on how to manage budgets, protocols and subjects as well as application onboarding support.
Additional information can be found online at https://research.unc.edu/systems/oncore/, and questions can be sent to OnCore@unc.edu. You can also learn more about OnCore by watching a UNC Symposium for Research Administrators demo online.