Research studies conducted with patients are called clinical trials. As a cancer patient, you may choose to take part in a clinical trial. UCLA offers clinical trials both at our own facilities across Southern California, and at more than 50 community-based oncology practices throughout the United States via the TRIO (Translational Research In Oncology) not-for-profit clinical research organization.
Below you can find more information about clinical trials, and search all currently open trials at UCLA and our community partners. You can also call the JCCC Clinical Trials Hotline at (888) 798-0719.
Find a Clinical Trial
Use our online search tool to find all currently open trials at UCLA and those at partner institutions across the United States (sponsored by the TRIO-US program).
If We Don’t Have a Trial
The National Cancer Program brings together a network of researchers working to benefit the cancer patients of today and tomorrow. Use their search tool to find over 12,000 clinical trials currently provided at institutions across the country.
Learn About Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are essential for developing new methods of preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer. Learn more below if you or a loved is thinking of participating in a clinical trial.
Patient and Survivor Stories
Share in the stories of cancer patients just like you who have participated in clinical trials, and learn more about their experiences and successes.
For Research Professionals
Two committees oversee clinical research at the JCCC under the Office of Regulatory Compliance, the Internal Scientific Peer Review Committee (ISPRC) and the Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB).