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The Rockefeller University Hospital

The Hospital is an independent, central unit of the university since its opening in 1910 and serves as an essential link between laboratory investigation and bedside observation, providing a vital facility to study the scientific basis of disease detection, prevention and treatment.  Funded by both the Rockefeller University and a Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health, the hospital's facilities include a 20-bed inpatient unit, a four-room procedure suite suitable for endoscopy and biopsy procedures, a broadband/narrowband ultraviolet lightbox for psoriasis treatment and a digital radiology suite.  The Hospital also offers metabolic core capabilities, digital radiology services, as well as an on-site research pharmacy.  The Robert and Harriet Heilbrunn Outpatient Research Center includes eight examination rooms, two consultation rooms and one phlebotomy room, as well as other patient and staff facilities. The Clinical Research Support Office (CRSO) provides comprehensive, coordinated resources, education, and services across the entire research enterprise to ensure that research is conducted to the highest standards of safety and ethics, and at the highest standards of scientific design and integrity. 

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