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Utah Data Coordinating Center (Utah DCC)


Administrative Services


Business Intelligence

Clinical Data Management

Information Technology

Principal Investigators

Project Management

Study Logistics & Training

Our mission is to accelerate the translation of research to the bedside.

Our University of Utah investigators and staff at the Data Coordinating Center (DCC), in conjunction with the Clinical Trials Office (CTO), have extensive experience with coordinating complex multicenter registries, observational studies, and randomized trials.

For more than a decade we have supported over a dozen research networks in both adult and pediatric populations.

We have validated an electronic data capture (EDC) system to meet 21 CRF Part 11 compliance for the submission of data to the FDA.

Contact Us

J. Michael Dean, MD, MBA
Co-Director Utah DCC, Professor and Vice Chair for Research Department of Pediatrics

Jamie P. Dwyer, MD
Co-Director Utah DCC, Associate Dean Clinical Research, Professor of Medicine

SallyJo Zuspan, RN, MSN
Director, Research and Science

Amy M. Goodman, PhD
Director, Research and Science

Phone: 801-581-6410

Our Programs

Trial Innovation Center

CPCCRN - Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network

HCRN - Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network

EDC - Emergency Medical Services for Children Data Center providing support for PECARN, EMSC State Partnerships and pediatric readiness initiatives

NEMSIS - National EMS Information System

PCCTSDP - Pediatric Critical Care & Trauma Scientist Development Program

PECARN - Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network

AHCRN - Adult Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network

CODES - Crash Outcome Data Evaluations System

FHS - Fetal Heart Society

GJCF - Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation

NPMSC - The Network of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Centers

PCPLC - Pediatric Colorectal and Pelvic Learning Consortium

SRF - Scleroderma Research Foundation

4CYC - Four Corners National Youth Concussion Registry Project

HEAL - Helping End Addiction Long-Term

Our Partners

CCTS- Center for Clinical & Translational Science