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What We Do

Research Administration is experienced with the details of research requirements. We provide a range of services essential to the research process such as regulatory support and consultation, contract review and signing, research pricing and billing, as well as, budget development.
 

Who We Serve

Research Administration is the first point of contact for research occurring within Fairview Health Services. Our office serves Fairview researchers, employees, community physicians, and our patients. We also work with the Academic Health Center at the University of Minnesota to further research and education efforts within the community and beyond.

Our Mission
Fairview Health Services, in partnership with the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center and University of Minnesota Physicians, has a strong and abiding commitment to research. Together we view research as an integral and critical component in providing exceptional care to patients and the community.

We seek to be a national leader in clinical research and a regional center for clinical research activities. This commitment includes providing the resources of time, money, and talent while ensuring the facilities, supporting infrastructures, and processes are available to facilitate and encourage the creation of new knowledge.

Directions to Our Office
Our office is on the 2nd floor of the Fairview Energy Park Building -- 2344 Energy Park Drive in Saint Paul. It is located at the intersection of Hwy 280 and Energy Park Drive, and is adjacent to the McAfee Building. When you arrive, you will have to check in at the front desk. A person from our department will meet you there to bring you to our offices.

Available Parking
There is ample free parking available around the Energy Park Building.
 
 

Research Questions

We invite you to contact Research Administration by phone at 612-672-7690 or e-mail.  

 

Discrimination is Against the Law. We comply with applicable Federal civil rights laws. We do not discriminate against, exclude or treat people differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.
 
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