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investigator

An individual who actually conducts a clinical investigation, i.e., under whose immediate direction a test article or pharmaceutical product is administered, dispensed to or used by one or more human subjects; or, in the event of an investigation conducted by a team of individuals, the person who is the responsible leader of that team.
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The samples sent to the laboratory would help the investigators in probing a case, said the police investigators.
Awarded through Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation's (ALSF) Young Investigator program, the grants support scientists who are early in their careers and are committed to finding innovative and more effective therapies.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission provides guidance as to an employer's obligation to select an investigator who is well-trained, able to determine the facts and make timely conclusions in an unbiased manner.
Part 54 enumerates rules governing financial disclosure by clinical investigators, which is required from those submitting drug, biologic, or device marketing applications.
Investigators who are treated well tend to be more flexible.
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The objective of this program is to foster creative basic research in science and engineering, enhance early career development of outstanding young investigators, and increase opportunities for the young investigators to recognize the Air Force mission and the related challenges in science and engineering.
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Her purpose is to provide a comprehensive guide for career searchers, legal professionals, law-enforcement officers, criminal justice students, and novice private investigators in the techniques of finding missing persons.
The K25 mechanism is meant to attract to NIH-relevant research those investigators whose quantitative science and engineering research has thus far not been focused primarily on questions of health and disease.
When an accident occurs, investigators at the National Transportation Safety Board analyze factual information to determine the probable cause, such as human error, mechanical failure, weather, and terrain influences.