About - ECTU

The Experimental Cancer therapy Unit combine an outpatient clinic with a care unit with facilities for close patient surveillance, including equipment for continuous cardiac monitoring. The Unit has 8 beds, 4-6 treatment chairs and three outpatient consulting rooms. In cooperation with our inpatient ward we cover seven days a week. 

Professor, DMSc Dorte Nielsen and  Senior Physician, MD​ Peter Grundtvig Sørensen are responsible for most phase I-II early clinical trials.

Facilities and staff - ECTU 

  • Outpatient clinic
  • 1 professor, 2 senior physicians, 10 nurses, 1 head nurce of unit,​ and 2 secretaries
    • Certified, trained and working according to GCP. Updated GCP training/ course every second year
    • Experienced and trained in emergency situations (physicians and study nurses) and in the 
      management of safety events (e.g. immune-related)
  • Facilities for close patient surveillance, including equipment for continuous cardiac monitoring
    • Seven days a week coverage with facilities for overnight stay 
      (co-operation with in-patient ward)
  • Close co-operation with Intensive Care Unit and 24-hour access to the hospital Emergency Response Team
  • 24-hour facilities for standard blood sample analysis with expedited processing
  • Fully equipped facilities for first-in-man studies
  • 8 beds, 4 - 6 treatment chairs and 3 outpatient consulting rooms
  • A laboratory which includes a (blood) sample preparation area containing equipment for processing and storage of study samples in compliance with GLP and GCP
    • Staff trained to collect, process and ship samples, completing tracking logs on an ongoing basis​

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