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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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interest in the Adelphia story, few recognized that the service comprised the only investigators involved in the case, which also resulted in lengthy prison sentences for Rigas's 49-year-old son, Timothy, Adelphia's CFO, and other top executives.
Investigators assigned to conduct criminal investigations and custodial interrogations have the common goal of uncovering the truth.
The K25 Award will support the career development of quantitatively trained investigators who make a commitment to basic or clinical biomedicine, bioengineering, bioimaging, or behavioral research that is relevant to the NIH mission.
We have investigators on call, and we always have a bag packed," says Drake, who keeps three packed bags: "'one at home, one in my car, and another in my office.
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Until now, environmental investigators have been using moisture probes.
We don't allow clinical investigators to accept any money at all from sponsors," says Lisa Bero, professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Health Policy at the University of California-San Francisco.
Even in preclinical work, investigators sometimes require the help of human research subjects.
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