Medical research supports Intermountain’s core mission of helping people live the healthiest lives possible. As we apply the medical knowledge and technology we develop through our clinical research, we are able to improve the care we provide to our patients. It is this commitment to care that has helped us achieve medical outcomes that are among the best in the nation.

Currently, Intermountain is leading research within our 10 clinical programs, over a dozen additional clinical areas, and through focused research facilities such as the Homer Warner Center for Informatics Research. Many of our research studies go to clinical trials, and patients are able to voluntarily participate in these trials to further medical knowledge.

Clinical Research

Research taking place within our 10 clinical programs and other research areas lead to improved patient care.


Volunteer for Clinical Trials

Volunteer to participate in clinical trials at Intermountain.


The CREST study seeks to determine whether specific blood tests that look for DNA from cancer tumors can be used to complement screening mammography to improve the way breast cancer is diagnosed. 

Medical Informatics at Intermountain


Homer Warner Center for Informatics Research

A world-class research facility discovering innovative information technologies that improve clinical care.