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Clinical Research Center

The Indiana Center for Musculoskeletal Health service cores provide centralized shared research resources offering access to instruments, technologies, consultations and services to scientific and clinical investigators.

The Clinical Research Center serves as the cornerstone for human subjects research conducted in the Indiana Center for Musculoskeletal Health and receives funding through a P30 grant from NIH NIAMS. The center's three cores include the Administrative Core; the Function, Imaging and Tissue (FIT) Core; and the Big Data, Informatics and Omics (BDO) Core. Collectively, our team is working to better define musculoskeletal disease that have common pathogenesis and clinical presentations.

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Clinical Research Center Leadership

4976-Moe, Sharon

Sharon M. Moe, MD

Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research

Administrative Core

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5039-Imel, Erik

Erik A. Imel, MD

J.O. Ritchey, M.D. Professor of Medicine

Big Data, Informatics and Omics Core

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4955-Warden, Stuart

Stuart J. Warden, PhD

Professor of Physical Therapy, School of Health & Human Sciences

FIT Core

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4904-Econs, Michael

Michael J. Econs, MD

Distinguished Professor

Administrative Core

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