Clinical Trials & Research

Stamford Health’s mission is to provide a broad range of high-quality studies focused on the needs of our communities. We offer National Cancer Institute trials, pharmaceutical studies, and protocols written by our own researchers. Interested in participating in a clinical trial? Discuss options with your clinical care team.

Explore Current Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are research studies that test new drugs, treatments, diagnostic procedures, and therapies on humans. Each study tries to answer scientific questions and to find better ways to prevent, diagnose, or treat disease. These studies follow predefined protocols that help doctors find ways to improve health and care. New therapies are tested on people only after laboratory and animal studies show promising results.

Carefully conducted clinical trials are the fastest and safest way to find treatments that work. Clinical trials are strictly monitored and carefully evaluated. Your highly skilled physicians at Stamford Health will help you determine if you should participate in a clinical trial.

At the Bennett Cancer Center, we offer a new hope in opportunity through our clinical trials. We aim to answer scientific questions and find better ways to prevent, diagnose or treat cancer.



Department of Research and Discovery

The Department of Research and Discovery coordinates research projects throughout the city of Stamford and surrounding areas, including both in hospital and outpatient settings. Have questions for the Department of Research and Discovery?

Call our Clinical Trials team at 203.358.8879 or email [email protected].

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