trial subject

trial subject

A participant in a clinical trial.
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The arrest affidavit also clarified that according to the World Wide Clinical Trials, Choochonkol has been a medical trial subject with the company 25 times since the year 2011.
I remember when I was in middle school--kids would hand me coupons for lotion or ask me if I was in a fire and what happened," says Melanie Villarosa, a trial subject who has suffered from eczema for 29 years.
CEC said it is planning to utilize Kickstarter for an innovative funding source as well as for trial subject recruitment for an online research study.
Ten women will be selected for the trial subject to certain criteria being met.
In response, sponsors and CROs have developed a number of tools to continue making progress toward lowering costs and improving efficiency of study launch and trial subject enrollment.
In June 2011, the high court through retired Associated Justice, now Ombudsman, Conchita CarpioMorales allowed live media coverage of the trial subject to several conditions, such as disallowing voice overs except brief annotations of scenes depicted in the trial and prohibiting the repeat of audiovisual recordings except upon finality of judgment.
This is a structured, controlled trial subject to ethical and medical quality markers with support offered from the university team and your local smoking cessation group.
Several companies now offer CYP450 genotyping tests to the pharmaceutical industry for clinical trial subject inclusion/exclusion based upon metabolic profile, and now such tests are making their way into the clinical diagnostic marketplace.
The court held, inter alia, that the order granting a new trial subject to the plaintiffs' consenting to a remittitur was not an abuse of discretion by the trial judge.