DCI Research Service
The Department of Clinical Investigation (DCI) at Brooke Army Medical Center is charged with the mission of supporting Graduate Medical Education (GME), facilitating improvements in health care, and introducing new technology. In addition, our mission includes assuring compliance with federal regulations for the protection of human research subjects and for the responsible use of animals in medical research and training. The DCI facilitates and supports the entire process of research approval including research proposal preparation, submission, review, monitoring, funding and contracts of approved research, by providing program administration, education and consultation for all research activities at Brooke Army Medical Center and other Military Treatment Facilities in the Regional Health Command – Central. The number of active research protocols conducted annually at BAMC ranges from 450 to 500. Our intranet pages highlight our services dedicated to advancing medical knowledge and improving patient care.
Research Administration and Services
- Research Regulations, Policies, Procedures, and Oversight
- Research Scientific Review
- Research Finance, Intellectual Property, and Technology Transfer Services
- Biomedical Research Laboratory Services