The research program at Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan grows directly out of our commitment to high-quality patient care. Our vigorous programs of applied and clinical research emphasizes research with direct application to patient care.
Since the Research Institute was established more than 30 years ago, it has been improving patient's lives through quality clinical research. Beaumont research consists of drug and device development and testing, patient care outcomes, pre-clinical and laboratory research.
More than 900 research studies are active at Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan, including applied and clinical research, as well as clinical trials. Currently more than 430 investigators in over 35 departments conduct research using $28.7 million in research grants from government, foundation and commercial sources. Funding sources include:
Beaumont's strengths in patient care translate to strengths in research. Beaumont Physicians clinical expertise is combined with significant patient volume and an extensive integrated healthcare network of specialty clinics, home care, and hospice facilities. These assets allow clinical trials at Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan to enroll nearly 81,000 registered patients in ongoing studies.
Research is also aided by Beaumont's world-first Applebaum Surgical Learning Center. Surgeons can practice new surgical procedures and technologies outside of the operating room, which improves patient safety. Surgical training simulation and telemedicine facilities are now available to surgeons, resident physicians, medical students, nurses, anesthetists, technologists, and other operating room personnel at Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan.
Beaumont investigators have a notable record of innovation and creativity. Results from their research has resulted in improved standards for patient care including:
Our investigators are dedicated to scientific discovery. They constantly research ways to speed medical advances from the laboratory to the patient's bedside and ultimately into the community.
Report of Accomplishments
Our reports of accomplishment  reflect the well established national and international reputation achieved by our research programs.
There are more than 430 investigators in over 35 departments conducting research and more than 900 active research studies at Beaumont, including applied and clinical research, as well as clinical trials .
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