human subject

human subject

An individual who participtes in research, either as a recipient of the test article or as a control, and is either a healthy human or a patient.
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human subject

Participant Drug approval A person who partipicates in a clinical trial of a new drug
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Now Richardson was a student who had long been anxious for that portion of the human subject to dissect.
I have tried the experiment again and again with animals that have died of this disease, with astounding results, and I want to try it on a human subject. I have the small tubes necessary, in a case I have with me, and the rest of the apparatus could be prepared readily.
I have my doubts, too, founded on the acute experience acquired at this period of my life, whether a sound enjoyment of animal food can develop itself freely in any human subject who is always in torment from tight boots.
international standard of ethical protections for human subject
The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) are two jurisdictions whose corrections research policies are robust and specifically address the new federal regulations on human subject research with regard to inmate populations.
The designation means Marshall's program continues to meet or exceed all federal regulations regarding human subject research.
But it ends up predicting another aspect of human perception, a phenomenon called "pop out"-a human subject presented with an image of, say, one square and one star will attend to both objects about equally.
This brief description of the evolution of the IRB and the regulation of human subject research provides a basis for the discussion of several relevant issues for social work research.
Cynthia Ann Garza; Kenneth Robert Wehmeyer; Rohan Lalith Wimalasena); The Procter & Gamble Company has patented a method of identifying a rinse-off personal care composition as effective for improving the stratum comeum barrier in a human subject who is a member of a selected population of subjects.
Entitled 'The Role of Data and Safety Monitoring Boards in Human Subject Research', the conference brought physicians, researchersand healthcare professionals together at WCM-Q to hear expert speakers from around the globe explainthe ethics and safeguards used when conducting studies on humans.
The literature reviewed reflected a variety of different interpretations of this Federal policy, as well as a variety of different implementation models being used to carry out federal human subject research public policy at the institutional level.

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