Who is conducting the study?

The principal investigator is the researcher in charge of the study and is responsible for the scientific and ethical conduct of the study. This person agrees to conduct the study in compliance with the regulations outlined below and is responsible for making sure that all members of the research team are qualified and properly trained to fulfill their roles in the study.

All research studies conducted within or on behalf of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre must be in compliance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement and the Ontario Personal Health Information Act.

All clinical trials regulated by Health Canada must also comply with Good Clinical Practice Guidelines and the Food and Drug or Device Regulations of Health Canada.

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