Want to partner with us to do groundbreaking clinical studies? Learn how you can collaborate below.
Interested in using one of the world’s most comprehensive, complete, and accurate data sets to advance medicine? Surgisphere is an ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certified public service organization. Our cloud-based platform, QuartzClinical, was ranked #1 for machine learning-powered data analytics by Frost and Sullivan in 2019. We want to make a difference in patient care and use high quality big data to drive innovation in healthcare.
Surgisphere has partnered with leading researchers at Harvard University, the University of Minnesota, Stanford University, the University of Utah, and the University of Glasgow to complete groundbreaking projects. Our results have been published in leading journals, including a feature article in the New England Journal of Medicine in their May 2020 issue.
Use the link below to complete our web based Research Proposal Form. This will take you approximately 30-45 minutes to complete. To complete this form successfully, you will need to be prepared to submit the following items:
- A Research Proposal that identifies the significance of the problem, the specific aims of the project, the methodology and data requirements of the project, the impact of your project. The best proposals will align these deliverables with all of the key stakeholders in medicine.
- A list of any funding sources and amounts available, including whether this is a proposed grant or an active grant.
- Inclusion of your updated CV showing all affiliations, presentations, and publications.
- Completion of a ICJME Conflict of Interest Disclosure form.
Our Scientific Advisory Board will review your completed proposal. Most investigators will hear back within 10 business days. Due to intense demand, not all proposals can be accepted.
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