Clinical Research Collaboration Agreement

This type of agreement is used to facilitate the order of certain professional services by a third party by the university. Within the framework of these agreements, it is not a question of research or new work, but only of analysis, processing, production or provision of expertise. All results are the property of the university without any right of use being granted to the consultant. These agreements are not suitable for a research sub-agreement or cooperation. Material Transfer Agreement (MTA): an agreement governing the transfer of research material between the university and a third party. These agreements are concluded through the Office of Technology Management. Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA): a legal agreement between a federal laboratory and the university to work together on a project. The agreement does not involve a transfer of funds from the government. A CRADA allows the federal government and the university to optimize their resources, share technical know-how and share the intellectual property that results from the efforts. CRADA Is used by federal laboratories to provide facilities, equipment, personnel, services or other non-monetary resources to support a joint research effort. A cooperation agreement is required for work involving at least one other research partner in a project. The purpose of a research contract is to define the roles and responsibilities of the parties to a research project, i.e. the college, scientists, researchers, students and the funding agency.

The contract is: Confidentiality Agreement (CDA or NDA): An agreement that allows the faculty and staff of the University of Washington to exchange confidential information with external third parties in order to protect and preserve the confidentiality of the information. Generally speaking, ADCs are entered into in order to explore a potential cooperation or licensing agreement. This Agreement defines the responsibilities, roles and rights of the cooperating parties working, in cooperation with the College, on a research project or a number of projects. All parties are subject to the same conditions and the agreement generally defines how the entire project is managed between the parties. The agreement is often concluded as a result of an agreement to award/promote research, and the terms of this main prize are often reflected in the cooperation agreement. It may also include financing conditions, for example. B the transfer of funds from the management partner to other employees or the transfer of additional funds from a business partner. Commercially managed clinical trials are designed, sponsored and legally funded by pharmaceutical companies. The company enters into contracts with individual organisations (study centres), either directly or through a clinical research organisation (CRO) to carry out the study on its behalf. Teaming agreement: an agreement concluded in the funding phase before the application between the university and a staff member. This agreement allows the parties to express their willingness to cooperate in applying for a funding opportunity, can discuss plans for a future subaward and provides for the protection of all confidential information exchanged.

These agreements are often requested by companies that wish to ensure the confidential treatment of all proprietary information they disclose during cooperation on the proposal. An incoming MTA is made available to an Alfred health researcher by the relevant institution to request materials from an external source. A Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) is a contract that regulates the transfer of research material between two organizations if the recipient intends to use it for its own research purposes….