Research Resources

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The SYNERGY Research Service page is organized into various Cores and Resources which will provide education and expertise to support a wide range of clinical and translational research.

Regulatory Reviews

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

We aim to promote a culture of compliance and to establish across the Institution the highest expectations for performance and oversight of research involving human subjects.

To contact DH IRB office email

Grant GPS

Office of Research Operations

Clinical Trials Office (CTO)

The goal of the CTO is to facilitate quality clinical trial research – the effective and efficient evaluation of new pharmaceuticals and medical devices – by providing the Dartmouth Health research community with comprehensive administrative services that help move trials quickly from initial proposal through contract execution.

CTO Pre-Award: CTO Intake/Submission Form
CTO Post- Award: General post-award inquiries for CTO managed studies can be sent to

eReg Resources

eReg is a Part 11 compliant electronic management system that promotes standardization, quality data capture and compliance with applicable federal regulations, institutional & IRB policies/procedures. Please submit a DHSM Ticket here.

OnCore Resources

Online Collaborative Research Environment (OnCore) is a web based, comprehensive clinical trials management system (CTMS). OnCore supports investigators and their staff as a central location to manage study protocols, subjects, visits, and finances here at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Email with questions regarding upcoming sessions

Core Resources

Data and Informatics – Dartmouth SYNERGY

The Data and Informatics Service Center and Operations (DISCO) page provides information on Teams, Tools (TriNetX, REDCap, Granite, eDH Build Requests), and Data Management.

Data Analytics Core – Working with the DAC

The DAC is a Dartmouth Data Service Center providing full life-cycle data management, ensuring compliance with administrative, technical, and physical control requirements to meet the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data acquired, stored, and maintained in the DAC Information Systems.

Center for Design and Program Evaluation

The Center for Program Design and Evaluation (CPDE) is a non-profit, fee-for-service research center specializing in mixed methods evaluation and program design.

Center for Quantitative Biology Data Analytic Core

The goal of this Core (Analytics) is to develop and to support the development of novel approaches for the analysis of -omics data (with a focus on single-cell -omics data), and to provide analytical and computational support for the research projects.

Biostatistics/Analytics Service Center

Biostatistics – Department of Biomedical Data Science

The Division of Biostatistics is committed to developing an internationally recognized research and educational program in biostatistics that fully supports the increasing scope and diversity of biomedical research, complexity of data sources and research designs, and continuing evolution of educational technologies.


Biorepository & Biospecimen Resource Facility – Center for Molecular Epidemiology

The Biorepository Core serves as a resource to process, track, store, retrieve, and prepare biological samples. Critical to successful molecular epidemiologic research are high-quality, accessible human biological samples.

Genomics/ Sequencing Core

Genomics Shared Resource

The mission of the Genomics Shared Resource is to provide Cancer Center and Dartmouth College researchers with access to cutting-edge genomics technologies and expertise.

Imaging Core/Advanced Imaging Center

Molecular Interactions & Imaging Core (MIIC) – Institute for Biomolecular Targeting

The Molecular Interactions and Imaging Core (MIIC) enables research projects by offering support on numerous methodologies to characterize biomolecular interactions.

Animal Facilities

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

Dartmouth College’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) ensures that all research and teaching protocols using live vertebrate animals are designed and carried out in a humane manner that complies with all applicable laws, polices, and guidelines. The IACUC is responsible for reviewing all protocols involving live vertebrate animals, ensuring compliance with federal regulations, inspecting animal facilities and laboratories and overseeing training and educational programs.

Animal Welfare (IACUC) – New Hampshire INBRE (

The PHS Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (PHS Policy) requires that an approved Animal Welfare Assurance be on file with the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) at the time of award for all grantee organizations receiving PHS support for research or related activities using live vertebrate animals. Grantee organizations must establish appropriate policies and procedures to ensure the humane care and use of animals, and bear ultimate responsibility for compliance with the PHS Policy in all PHS supported activities.

Center for Comparative Medicine and Research (

The Center for Comparative Medicine and Research exists to provide high quality, cost-effective animal husbandry, administrative, and research support for animal care and use. Our goal is to facilitate research and teaching at Dartmouth while maintaining the highest quality of animal care.

Student Resources

Student Research Resources