Clinical Trials

About Clinical Trials at UCI A clinical trial is defined as the controlled, clinical testing in human subjects of investigational new drugs, devices, treatments or diagnostics, or comparisons of approved drugs, devices, treatments or diagnostics, to assess their safety, efficacy, benefits, costs, adverse reactions, and/or outcomes. Clinical Trial Agreements (CTAs) can be categorized as follows:…

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Contact Clinical Trials Staff

Clinical Trials Staff Alison Dang Principal Contract Officerdangaq@uci.eduPhone: (949) 824-9816Shabana Durrani Principal Contract Officer, Industry Clinical Trialsdurranis@uci.eduPhone: (949) 824-7697Garrett Larsen Principal Contract Officer, Industry Clinical Trialsglarsen@uci.eduPhone: (949) 824-2975Tam Tran Associate Director, Sponsored ProjectsIndustry Clinical Trialstamkt@uci.eduPhone: (949) 824-7813

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ClinicalTrials.gov

What is ClinicalTrials.gov? ClinicalTrials.gov is a resource that provides access to information on clinical trials studying a wide range of diseases, conditions and interventions. Studies listed in the database are conducted in all 50 States and worldwide. Each ClinicalTrials.gov record includes summary information about studies. Registration may be required if one (or more) of the…

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Center for Clinical Research

The UCI Center for Clinical Research is a premier clinical research organization providing life-saving clinical trials by strengthening and accelerating the pathway of discovery from bench to bedside. Aligned with a top academic medical center, we are uniquely positioned to deliver world-class clinical care and innovative trials from numerous pharmaceutical and device companies nationwide.

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Drugs and Biologics used in Clinical Research

Drugs and  Biologics Used in Clinical Research Per FDA, Clinical investigation means any experiment that involves a test article and one or more human subjects and that either is subject to requirements for prior submission to the Food and Drug Administration under section 505(i) or 520(g) of the act, or is not subject to requirements…

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions – Clinical Trials A study meeting the UCI definition of a clinical trial will be conducted as a cooperative group trial under NIH funding. Can the clinical trial facilities and administrative cost rate of 32% TDC be used? No. Studies supported in whole or in part with federal funding must apply the…

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Staff List Test Page

Federal Officer Proposals to Federal agencies and incoming awards from Federal agencies Non Federal Officer Proposals to Non-Profit Organizations, Educational Institutions, UC Campuses(includin g those for UC Programs), and DOE Laboratories. Incoming awards from Non-Profit Organizat ions, Educational Institutions, UC Campuses(including those for UC Programs), and DOE Laboratories. Industry Clinical Trial Officer Proposals and awards…

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Other Direct Costs

Other Direct Costs Defining Other Direct Costs The other direct costs (or other costs) category includes those costs that are not appropriate to include in other cost categories discussed in this section or as requested by the sponsor’s budget form. Generally, such costs include animal per diem costs (the cost of animals should be listed…

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Travel Costs

Travel Costs Travel costs must benefit the proposed project and usually include travel associated with fieldwork and attendance at scientific meetings for the purpose of presenting project findings and/or results. Foreign Travel on Federal Awards Federal regulations govern the use of federal funds (grants, contracts, cooperative agreements) and the selection of air carriers for foreign…

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Equipment Costs

Equipment Costs DefinitionEquipment is defined by the University as an article of nonexpendable, tangible personal property having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more per unit. Implementation of Change in the Capitalization Threshold for Equipment Proposal budgets with projected expenditures for equipment items to be received…

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