significant financial interest


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significant financial interest

A term defined by the NIH as ≥ $5000 in stock or other remuneration, or 5% ownership in a business.
 
This level of “financial interest” is thought by some to be a point at which investigators with federal grants might compromise their research ethics and slant data to favour a commercial venture in which the researcher has financial interest.
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In the event of compelling circumstances, an individual holding a significant financial interest in human subjects research may be permitted to conduct the research.
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