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JRMO performance

Clinical research overview

Financial headlines

  • Estimated Financial Turnover for JRMO managed clinical research (FY 2018-19):
    • Barts Health - £24m
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry - £71m
  • Of this figure, estimated Commercial clinical research Turnover (FY 2018-19):
    • Barts Health - £7m
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry - £13m

Research portfolio

  • Studies Sponsored (all types) between June 2018 and May 2019:
    • Barts Health – 28
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry – 37
  • Sponsored Studies actively recruiting, June 2019 - all the above
  • NIHR portfolio studies Sponsored, set up between June 2018 and May 2019:
    • Barts Health - 9
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry - 15
  • Hosted NIHR portfolio studies set up between June 2018 and May 2019 (Barts Health only) - 241
  • Hosted CTIMPs set up between June 2018 and May 2019 (Barts Health only) - 134
  • Hosted Commercially Sponsored studies set up between June 2018 and May 2019 (Barts Health only) - 120
  • Patients recruited to NIHR portfolio studies at end FY 2018-19 (Barts Health only) – 17,199
  • European Union Clinical Trials Register (EU-CTR) of clinical trials registered within 1 year of completion, as at May 2019:
    • Barts Health as Sponsor– 88.2%
    • Queen Mary as Sponsor– 100%
    • Queen Mary/ Barts Health joint Sponsor– 100%

 JRMO activity

  • JRMO grant applications supported in Q4, 2018-19:
    • Barts Health – 6 (value £1m)
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry – 250 (value £100m)
  • JRMO contracts reviewed in Q4, 2018-19:
    • Barts Health – 162
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry - 383
  • JRMO invoices issued:
    • Barts Health – 549 (value £12m) (Q3 17/18)
    • Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry – 709 (value £14m) (Q4 18/18) 

Historical Queen Mary statistical data

This data, previously located on the old JRMO intranet site, can be supplied on request by John Driscoll in the JRMO: j.p.driscoll@qmul.ac.uk  

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