Clinical Research and Trials

Clinical Research and Trials

Community offers clinical research trial opportunities for cancer, cardiovascular conditions, asthma, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, arthritis and more.

Community Clinical Research Center

Community Clinical Research Center (CCRC) is a department of Community Hospital Anderson in Anderson, Indiana. The mission of CCRC is to enroll patients who otherwise might not have a chance to participate in research studies that offer new treatments and high-quality medical care. Volunteers are needed for many areas of clinical studies, including high cholesterol, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, breast cancer, coronary artery disease, acute coronary syndrome (ACS), shingles and more.

For more information on open studies and enrollment at CCRC, call 765-298-2040 or visit us online.

Community Clinical Research Center


Community Cancer Centers in Indianapolis, Indiana have a number of ongoing (open for recruitment) and completed clinical trials. Current trial investigation areas include chemotherapy, radiation, lung cancer, breast cancer, acute myeloid leukemia, lymphoma and more. Currently enrolling oncology studies, as well as past studies, are listed on the following websites:

For more information about oncology-related clinical trials available through Community Cancer Centers, please contact Lisa McVicker at 317-621-7104.

Community Health Network is an MD Anderson Cancer Network® certified member. Community hospitals that offer cancer services and their certified physicians have access to evidence-based guidelines, treatment plans and concordance studies developed by MD Anderson experts.

MD Anderson Affiliation


To inquire about enrolling in a Community Heart and Vascular clinical research study, please email or call 317-621-7724.

Heart and Vascular Care

Institutional Research Board

Community Health Network IRB (CHNw IRB) is your partner in research to help facilitate the review and approval of your research efforts so that the people of Central Indiana have access to treatments and options which might not otherwise be available.