Behind every PHRI Principal Investigator is a great study team – and behind them lies a rich support system of highly skilled resources comprised of program management, statistical analysis, communication technologies and data centre, contract negotiation, financial services, QA and regulatory compliance, laboratories and biobanking. Our approach focuses on scientific integrity and reliability across all stages and needs of global studies and clinical trials.
PHRI's Statistics department contributes to design, statistical analysis and data management reporting of studies. Our analysts work on large-scale multinational clinical trials, registries and epidemiological projects, ensuring a robust, reliable data platform to support sound statistical analyses and innovative methodology.Learn More
PHRI research is powered by superlative technological solutions (development) and sophisticated, ever-evolving operations and infrastructure. The ICT team is responsible for data management systems that are at the heart of the clinical data.Learn More
The Contracts Team at PHRI supports all aspects of PHRI’s research and business needs by navigating through international laws and national regulations and negotiating with stakeholders such as private and public funding sources, collaborators and investigative sites in over 100 countries, national leaders’ offices, and service providers.Learn More
The Research Specimen and Supply Management (RSSM) department at PHRI sources, procures, and distributes healthcare supplies and devices for PHRI studies around the world; with an emphasis on creating, packaging, labeling, and shipping biological specimen collection kits.Learn More
Guillaume Pare, Matthew McQueen and their team at the CRLB-GMEL (the Clinical Research Laboratory and Biobank; the Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology Laboratory) explore the genetic risk of heart attacks, strokes, obesity and dementia; discover key genes and biological pathways involved in late-onset diseases; and establish the clinical importance of polygenic risk scores in individuals with premature heart attacks, and more.Learn More