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01 What is Clinical Research Centre (CRC)?
CRC is one of the research institutes under the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Ministry of Health (MOH).
02 What is the Network of CRC?
The network of CRC consists of 33 hospital CRCs (HCRC) and one Phase I Clinical Trial Unit located at Ampang Hospital. For more details, please click here.
03 What are the research services that CRC can offer and to whom?
CRC offers the following services to:
i. MOH healthcare professionals and healthcare policy makers. The services include:

  • Provide consultation in research proposal and protocol development, data analysis and medical writing.
  • Help in NIH/MOH research grant application,.
  • Provide necessary information and relevant contacts.
  • These services are free of charge. Contact: contact@crc.gov.my for details.

ii. Other stakeholders

04 Can CRC provide research grant?
CRC does not provide research grants. MOH staff can apply for a research grant from the NIH/MOH. Please see details in the NIH website. www.nih.gov.my
05 What are the research projects in MOH or CRC?
Approved researches are listed in the research directory at the NMRR website. For more details, please click here.
06 How do I access research reports published by CRC?
You can access research report there.
07 What are the procedures to conduct research in MOH facilities?
First of all, the research protocol must be registered to the National Medical Research Register, please click here. If it has an ethical issue, the protocol will be reviewed by the Medical Research Ethics Committee (MREC).
Refer to NMRR website here.
08 I plan to do my elective attachment in CRC. How do I go about this?
Please write in officially to the Director, Clinical Research Centre, Level 3, Dermatology Block, Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Jalan Pahang, 50586, Kuala Lumpur.
09 How can I apply to work in CRC?
CRC is a government institute and its staff is employed under Public Service Department. We sometimes advertise for temporary staff for research projects. Please refer to Media Centre and Career Opportunities.

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