Medicine used in clinical trials falling out of bottles on a page that says "oncology."

We are pleased to offer you access to our clinical trials at hospitals throughout the MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute.

What are Clinical Trials?

Clinical trials are research studies that test new drugs, treatments, or medical procedures to determine their effectiveness and safety. Clinical cancer trials are conducted only after meeting the approval of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

These research studies help to inform doctors and scientists about new and emerging cancer therapies, how they should be used, and which patients will benefit the most from these approaches. Almost every standard cancer treatment currently in use was first made available to patients who participated in clinical trials.

Through these studies, Georgetown Lombardi is able to provide personalized medical treatment to each of its patients while upholding its motto, cura personalis — or “care of the whole person.”

Clinical Trials: What Patients Need to Know — from the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Clinical Trials at Georgetown Lombardi

Coming Soon

Georgetown Lombardi is pleased to be working with the MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute to provide access to the OnCore Cancer Study Portal powered by Forte Research Systems. This online portal will provide an advanced search page to allow finding clinical trials by disease site, keywords, and other variables. Check back soon for the launch of this feature.

You can also use the links below to access information about current trials for specific cancers or all open clinical cancer trials at Georgetown Lombardi as detailed on the U.S. National Library of Medicine's website.

Available Clinical Trials

Additional Resources