These trials are sponsored by multinational pharmaceutical or biotech company.
Benefits of taking part in Commercial Trials:
- Increased access to novel unsubsidised medications for patients
- Develop experience with novel medications and classes
- Establish a relationships with international sponsors
- Develop in-depth knowledge in your area of interest
Process of a Commercial Trial
Commercial Trial Step 1
Let the ACTT team know what your areas of interest are by filling out this form.
Commercial Trial Step 2
Sponsors and CROs send new clinical trials or feasibilities to our Start-Up team. These trials are presented to relevant department investigators to gauge interest and together we assess whether this trial is suitable.
Commercial Trial Step 3
If there is interest in the trial, a feasibility questionnaire from the sponsor or CRO is answered by us and returned. The sponsor or CRO will then conduct a Site Selection Visit to assess our capabilities.
Commercial Trial Step 4
If we are selected to conduct the trial, the Start-Up team will then begin and complete start-up activities including budget and contract negotiations, ethics and other regulatory applications, and third-party agreements.
Commercial Trial Step 5
Study start-up team will work with you to determine target reruitment number and plan