Clinical Trials definition

Clinical Trials means a controlled study in humans of the safety or efficacy of a Product, and includes, without limitation, such clinical trials as are designed to support expanded labeling or to satisfy the requirements of an Agency in connection with any Product Approval and any other human study used in research and Development of a Product.

Examples of Clinical Trials in a sentence

  • All pharmaceuticals will be ordered through the Massachusetts General Hospital Clinical Trials Pharmacy.

  • All pharmaceuticals will be prepared at the Massachusetts General Hospital Clinical Trials Pharmacy.

  • An online central computer-randomization service provided by Exeter Clinical Trials Unit facilitated concealment of the allocation sequence until assignment to trial arm.

  • Partner shall provide the JDC with electronic copies of any data related to the Partner- Conducted Clinical Trials requested by the JDC at JDC meetings and in accordance with Applicable Laws.

  • A record of all SAEs will be kept in the Trial Master File All SAE’s deemed to have a causal relationship to trial participation will be reported to the Sponsor and Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) within 24 hours of the CI being informed.


More Definitions of Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials means Phase I Trials, Phase II Trials, Phase III Trials, Phase IV Trials, and/or variations of such trials (for example, phase II/III studies).
Clinical Trials means Phase 1 Trials, Phase 2 Trials, Phase 3 Trials, Phase 4 Trials, and/or variations of such trials (for example, Phase 3/4).