INVESTIGATOR-INITIATED RESEARCH PROJECTS
Investigator-initiated clinical trial: A trial where the academic investigator generates the research question(s) and study design, controls the content and conduct of the research protocol and has ultimate and final responsibility for making changes to the same protocol, and for analyzing data and reporting results. The Investigator and institution holds the intellectual property to the project and its results. Investigator-initiated protocols are not defined by the source of funding
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INDUSTRY-INITIATED CLINICAL TRIALS
Industry-initiated clinical trial is a trial designed and funded by an industry organization such as a pharmaceutical company, biotech, or other entity that has contracted with a faculty member to conduct a clinical trial that involves an intervention with, or observation of, a disease or biomedical condition, or a registry related to a disease or biomedical condition. For most industry-sponsored clinical trials, the industry organization designs the study and owns the protocol.
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