Research conducted by physicians and scientists at Scripps Health are accelerating our understanding of cancer biology and improving our ability to bring new treatments rapidly to patients. Learn more about cancer research at Scripps.
Scripps research in cardiovascular disease is dedicated to preventing heart disease, improving treatments and testing the latest technology to further the practice of heart care. Learn more about cardiovascular research at Scripps.
Scripps genomic medicine is using advanced genetic sequencing technologies to bridge the gap between discovery, translation and treatment. These studies provide an opportunity to find underlying genetic causes for cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, arthritis and many other conditions. Learn more about genomic medicine research at Scripps.
Researchers at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine study a variety of holistic treatments to determine their safety and effectiveness. While anecdotal evidence may provide clues to a treatment’s value, only rigorous clinical testing allows us to proceed with certainty. Learn more about integrative medicine research at Scripps.
Scripps collaborates with basic research facilities to combine biomedical research and clinical trials to uncover the underlying causes of liver disease and translate those findings into new treatments. Learn more about liver disease research at Scripps.
The clinical trials at Shiley Center for Orthopedic Research and Education (SCORE) make it possible for patients to receive investigational therapies and devices for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Learn more about orthopedics research at Scripps.
Researchers at the Scripps Clinic Nutrition and Metabolic Research Center work to better understand the relationship between obesity and other conditions. Learn more about weight management research at Scripps.
For more information on current research, view the active studies at Scripps.