Collaborator definition

Collaborator. An individual who is not under the direct supervision of the PI (e.g., not a member of the PI’s laboratory) who assists with the PI’s research project involving controlled-access data subject to the NIH GDS Policy. Internal collaborators are employees of the Requester and work at the same location/campus as the PI. External collaborators are not employees of the Requester and/or do not work at the same location as the PI, and consequently must be independently approved to access controlled-access data subject to the NIH GDS Policy.
Collaborator. An individual who is not under the direct supervision of the PI (e.g., not a member of the PI’s laboratory) who assists with the PI’s research project involving controlled-access data subject to the NIH GDS Policy. Internal collaborators are employees of the Requester and work at the same location/campus as the PI. External collaborators are not employees of the Requester and/or do not work at the same location as the PI, and consequently must be independently approved to access controlled-access data subject to the NIH GDS Policy. Cloud Computing: The National Institute for Standards and Technology defines cloud computing as a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. For more information see NIST Special Publication 800-145. Cloud Service Provider (CSP): A company or institution that offers some component of cloud computing to other businesses or individual, typically Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS) or Platform as a Service (PaaS), as defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. For more information see NIST Special Publication 800-145. Data Access Request (DAR): A request submitted to a Data Access Committee for a specific “consent group” specifying the data to which access is sought, the planned research use, and the names of collaborators and the IT Director. The DAR is signed by the PI requesting the data and her/his Institutional Signing Official. Requester Collaborators and project team members on a request must be from the same organization. Data Derivative: Data derived from controlled-access datasets obtained from NIH-designated data repositories. Examples of derived data include imputed datasets and single nucleotide polymorphisms.
Collaborator or “Parent Company” means the firms/corporations who has provided technological support to the manufacturer for establishing production line for the specific Equipment.

Examples of Collaborator in a sentence

  • Collaborator shall have the right to request that publication be delayed for up to an additional 30 days in order to ensure that Collaborator’s confidential and proprietary data, in addition to Collaborator(s)’s intellectual property rights, are protected.

  • When a Collaborator wishes to initiate a data request, the request should first be sent to the NCI, who will then notify the appropriate investigators (Group Chair for Cooperative Group studies, or PI for other studies) of Collaborator's wish to contact them.

  • Each Collaborator shall agree to permit use of the Multi-Party Data from the clinical trial by any other Collaborator solely to the extent necessary to allow said other Collaborator to develop, obtain regulatory approval or commercialize its own Agent.

  • Any Collaborator having the right to use the Multi-Party Data from these trials must agree in writing prior to the commencement of the trials that it will use the Multi-Party Data solely for development, regulatory approval, and commercialization of its own Agent.

  • Collaborator may request an extension to this term when necessary to protect Confidential Information relating to products not yet commercialized.


More Definitions of Collaborator

Collaborator means any company, institution, incorporated body or other industry or academic collaborator, which is not an Institution or an Investigator but is to be engaged in the Research in collaboration with the Institutions or any of them;
Collaborator means the Navy participant or the Non-Navy participant represented and bound by the signatories of this Agreement.
Collaborator means any person other than the Customer whose data or information concerning whom are processed by the Bank (or whose data or information the Bank becomes aware of) mostly in connection with the provision of some service for the Customer. Such person can be in particular anyone who contributes to the fulfilment of a contract to be concluded with the Customer (the Customer’s agent, representative, a witness, interpreter, translator, collateral provider or anyone making a commitment to provide security to the contract (guarantor, pledgor) or any other beneficiary and/or obligor (beneficiary of a payment order, seller of a real estate financed by the Bank).
Collaborator means a person or organisation that is a not a sub contractor and who works with the Contractor on the Research being done under this Contract.
Collaborator means any entity or person engaged in an active ------------ research and development collaboration with ATUGEN in its Target Validation and Discovery program.
Collaborator means an Investigator who works with another Investigator or a Decision Maker who works with another Decision Maker to issue a Decision.
Collaborator means a person from whom the Franchisee requires a licence (express or implied) in order for the Franchisee to use the Innovation Scheme Output and whether or not such person is referred to by the Franchisee in the initiative, work or proposal proposed by the Franchisee as an Innovation Scheme;