Clinical Research Management Briefing - June 25, 2018
The Department of Health and Human Services and 16 other federal departments and agencies announced an additional six-month delay in the general compliance date for changes made to the revised Common Rule.
Huron, June 19
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) cancels a 10-year, $100 million alcohol study after staff were found meeting with alcohol and liquor companies to obtain funding.
The Washington Post, June 15
Changing the way grant proposals are chosen could help diversify the types of researchers that receive funding.
New York Times, June 18
Greenphire is hoping to remove transportation as a barrier for enrollment and retention in clinical trials by providing rides to and from research facilities.
The Inquirer, June 20
The final guidance documents issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on June 12 contain significant changes from its draft versions released in January 2017.
Lexology, June 15
Financial and Operations
A draft bill from the House of Representatives would increase funding for initiatives including Alzheimer’s disease research, All of Us Research Program and brain research.
Science Magazine, June 14
Due to advancement in technology, changes in the industry could change the types of jobs required in the field.
CenterWatch, June 18
Huron, in partnership with EdTech Times, explores how technology supports the future of research in a new podcast series: Preparing Your Organization for the Next Generation Research Enterprise.
Research leaders at Northwestern University looked for a software solution that consolidated key animal laboratory business processes into one automated system.