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Investigator Databank Expands Members and Launches Website

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Novartis, Janssen, Merck (MSD outside the United States and Canada), Lilly, and Pfizer have joined with DrugDev in hosting a repository of specific investigator information as part of the Investigator Databank. In addition, investigators can now access the Investigator Databank through the launch of http://www.investigatordatabank.org. Through this website, investigators can securely log in, view and add to their information kept on file by the participating pharmaceutical companies or DrugDev.

The new website http://www.investigatordatabank.org enables the upload of standard essential documents such as CVs, GCP training certificates, and non-study specific site profile forms into a global repository, eliminating some of the repetitive, administrative tasks associated with study feasibility, site qualification, and site start-up.

With five member companies now on board, the Investigator Databank has grown to include nearly 180,000 investigators, 50,000 sites and 7,335 studies.


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