open to enrollment

open to enrollment

The status of a clinical study in which new patients/subjects can be enrolled into that study. Open to enrollment is quasi-synonymous with "open to recruitment"; however, recruitment can begin upon institutional review board (IRB) approval of the site, whereas enrollment requires availability of study supplies, subject-informed consent, etc., before eligible patients/subjects can participate.
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The EF-21 Study is now open to enrollment at four centers in Austria, Czech Republic, Israel and Italy, and will include centers in Sweden, Poland and Spain.
The new belly dancing institution is to be funded and supervised by the Supreme Council of Universities and open to enrollment by young women straight out of high school, similar to any other college.
Advaxis' lead construct, ADXS-HPV, is being evaluated in 4 ongoing clinical trials that are open to enrollment for HPV-associated diseases: CIN 2/3 (US study, Clinical Trials.
The trial is currently open to enrollment at clinical sites throughout the United States and in Canada.
This Phase IIb clinical trial is a global, dose-ranging, study expected to involve 270 patients with active rheumatoid arthritis and is open to enrollment via www.
Fitch notes that a number of community colleges offer non-traditional programs open to enrollment during different periods of the year.