Magee Womens Research Institute, Erie Campus is comprised of two locations to better serve the women of Erie and the surrounding areas:
- Magee-Womens UPMC Hamot Hospital 118 East 2nd St Erie, PA 16507
- Magee-Womens Specialty Center 5050 West Ridge Road 3rd floor Erie, PA 16509
For the first time, Magee-Womens Research Institute (MWRI) has expanded outside of Pittsburgh with Magee-Womens Research Institute Erie Campus. Thanks to a grant from the Erie Community Foundation (ECF), made to the Hamot Health Foundation (HHF) in partnership with UPMC, Magee-Womens Research Institute and Foundation (MWRIF) and Penn State Behrend, we will bring research expertise and clinical trials in areas including reproductive development, pregnancy and newborn medicine, infectious disease, gynecology, reproductive endocrinology, women’s cancers and women’s wellness.
Together with cancer clinicians from UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, our researchers will work to identify potential new diseases where genetics may be a significant factor. Magee-Womens Research Institute Erie Campus will raise the level of care for women in Erie, and it will build upon the reputation and clinical expertise we have brought to Erie through UPMC Magee and UPMC Hillman by adding research and clinical trials specific to the community.
Halina Zyczynski, MD, a longtime UPMC physician and researcher, is the medical director of the new Magee-Womens Research Institute Erie Campus.
“We are already actively recruiting clinicians, nurses, investigators and support staff for this ambitious project,” said Zyczynski. “It’s exciting for Erie to invest in the cornerstones of urban revitalization including health care, research and education, and I look forward to having a greater presence in this community.”
“MWRI is uniquely qualified to provide specific research for women because we are focused solely on women’s health, reproductive biology and infertility,” said MWRI Chief Executive Officer Michael Annichine. "Our researchers have a direct impact on women's lives every day, whether they are developing new therapies that could prevent the reoccurrence of ovarian cancer, or investigating pregnancy complications and their lifelong effects on health. We strongly believe healthier women create healthier communities. This is why we are so proud and excited to expand our groundbreaking research and cutting-edge clinical trials to Erie.”
MWRI Erie Campus Capabilities
· Screen for eligible participants
· Consent participants
· Coordinate transport of research specimens
· Telehealth services
· Conduct various clinical assessments
· Phlebotomy services
· Biosafety level 2 (BSL-2) specimen procurement laboratory
· Specimen storage
· Assist with grant applications
· Administrative compliance to ethical, legal and regulatory standards
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