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Over 300 clinical trials are available right now at Sanford Health. Learn more.
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Over 300 clinical trials are available right now at Sanford Health. Learn more.

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Sanford Research is a non-profit research organization that is a part of Sanford Health, the largest rural, not-for-profit health care system in the nation. Transformational gifts by Denny Sanford have propelled Sanford Research in its goal of becoming a world class research institution. Sanford Research has sought to establish a core of scientists that are studying disease at a fundamental level with the expectation that these current efforts will pay off in the future by advancing disease therapy and prevention.

 

With a team of over 200 researchers, Sanford Research is comprised of eight groups that bridge bench, translational and clinical research including: Cancer Biology and Immunotherapies, Pediatrics and Rare Diseases, Diabetes, Cellular Therapies and Stem Cell Biology, Enabling Technology, Environmental Influences on Health and Disease, Genetics and Genomics, and Population Health.

  • The Wisdom Study launches at Sanford

    This study evaluates the best screening approach for breast cancer: annual or personalized screening.

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  • Opioid study launches at Sanford Health

    Clinical study to determine if non-opioid medications are as effective in pain management after carpal-tunnel surgery. Learn more.

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  • Initial findings from patient care data project released

    Dakota universities create algorithms to determine patient behaviors, suggest interventions

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  • Clinical trial uses genetically engineer virus to fight cancer

    Sanford Health first in nation to launch Phase I of the Vyriad viro-immunotherapy trial

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  • FDA-approved clinical trial tests stem cells to heal wounds

    Sanford Health expands its cellular therapy program with second clinical trial

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Twitter Updates on Sanford Research
  • @RachelleM_Dixon
    @RarePOV @premierresearch @SanfordCoRDS @PPALSorg I hope to be there this year.

  • @RarePOV
    @premierresearch @SanfordCoRDS You should be there! Last year was worthwhile & I am looking forward to attending @PPALSorg again this year.

  • @pbcadvocate
    RT @GlobalGenes: Thanks to @Austin_Letcher & @SanfordBenF of @SanfordCoRDS for sharing why they #CareAboutRare for World #RareDisease Day!…

  • @SanfordCoRDS
    @EthansCure I'm sorry to hear about your son. Does your organization have a registry? We'd love to give you a demo… https://t.co/c9MYmLy3lm

  • @EthansCure
    @SanfordCoRDS Patient registry sounds like a wonderful idea! Our son was born w/rare genetic kidney condition (1 ou… https://t.co/ebFBgzL4gk

  • @Rose_of_Sharon8
    RT @SanfordResearch: A4. THIS!!! #NIHchat https://t.co/IItS9zOvEQ

  • @SanfordCoRDS
    A6: Reach out to the CoRDS Team at @SanfordResarch by calling 1-877-658-9192 or emailing us at cords@sanfordhealth.… https://t.co/ImJP1SOFjz

  • @SanfordCoRDS
    Here's a great 10 minute clip explaining why #raredisease matters to us at CoRDS and @SanfordResearch #NIHchat https://t.co/68NFck8nxV

  • @RareAdvocacy
    RT @KFS_Freedom: @NIH We find @Twitter @Facebook @Instagram are a vessel 4 rare disease arena 2 get involved w the larger community, organ…

  • @SanfordCoRDS
    @eyoste @emiliampinto Yes, we agree! Have you heard of the CoRDS Registry? If not, we'd be happy to chat with you.… https://t.co/NHxILciiDi

  • @SanfordCoRDS
    CoRDS has continued to grow through developing new partnerships with rare disease patient advocacy groups #NIHchat https://t.co/QhJVKB8ARx

  • @ataxiaandme
    RT @SanfordCoRDS: A5: CoRDS has approved nearly 30 researchers to recruit through the registry and access data to help develop their clinic…

  • @SanfordCoRDS
    A5: CoRDS has approved nearly 30 researchers to recruit through the registry and access data to help develop their… https://t.co/GV3bMWuRKH

  • @leobot29
    @SanfordCoRDS I had bouts of pancreatitis throughout my late teens & twenties. Finally diagnosed with… https://t.co/heRPTtWnjO

  • @KFS_Freedom
    RT @SanfordResearch: A4. THIS!!! #NIHchat https://t.co/IItS9zOvEQ