The UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital Clinical and Translational Research Center (MWH-CTRC) is an outpatient facility that supports clinical and translational research in women’s health and a wide range of other conditions. Studies in the CTRC address sexually transmitted diseases, bariatric surgery, HIV transmission prevention, contraception, reproductive endocrinology, pregnancy, preterm labor, preeclampsia, and infant outcomes related to medications and breastfeeding. The CTRC also facilitates newborn and infant research visits. The main CTRC unit includes six examination rooms, five interview rooms, a three-bay infusion area, and a specimen processing area. Additional research exam and interview rooms are located in the Ambulatory Clinic.
The unit is staffed with two registered nurses and a research assistant/lab technician experienced in conducting clinical studies.
300 Halket Street, Suite 5500
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
Contact Cindy Schatzman for additional hours and weekend availability.
Room 5522, Magee