Please submit your CDA requests via the CDA Portal by clicking on the orange button on this webpage.
Please send the editable Word version of the CDA template from the industry sponsor if provided the sponsor’s contact information including name, email address and phone number, please make sure to include the “purpose” of the CDA (typically a protocol # and/or protocol name), the investigator and the IU department contact’s information.
If you are receiving information from the industry sponsor only and not providing any information to the industry sponsor then you will need a one-way CDA.
If you are receiving information from the industry sponsor and you are providing information to the industry sponsor regarding the proposed purpose the you will need a mutual CDA.
Yes, We have both CDA templates which can be found on the OCR website.
Please send your CDA questions to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox.
You will receive an email once your CDA has been assigned with your contract officer’s contact information and you will be cc’d on all emails unless you request otherwise.
Attn: Office of Clinical Research
410 W. 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Please send your inquiry to email@example.com and we can provide you with the W-9 form.
No. The Grants Office in the Office of Research Administration negotiates material transfer agreements. Please contact them at (317) 274-7925 or view their website.
The OCR negotiates industry sponsored agreements: clinical trials agreements, confidentiality disclosure agreements, master agreements, and subcontracts for clinical trial agreements.
Trustees of Indiana University
No. As employees of Indiana University conducting research within his/her role as an employee, investigators do not sign OCR contracts as a party.
Indiana University principal investigators sign as employees of Indiana University; therefore, they sign as “Read and Acknowledged.”
Clinical Trial Agreement
Confidential Disclosure Agreement
CTAs can be called clinical study agreements, research study agreements, etc.
No. The Indiana University principal investigator (PI) must sign the contract. No one else in the PI's department can sign the contract in his or her place.
Yes. Any changes to these contracts must be reviewed by the CRO. To find the templates, please click Contract Templates.
The Trustees of Indiana University
P.O. BOX 78000
Detroit, MI 48278-0945
Reference: Protocol #/PI Name
Tax ID: 35-6001673
No. For all account information, please contact Cindy Green in the Office of Research Administration.
For underwrites, please contact Cindy Green in the Office of Research Administration. Accounts may only be underwritten for non-patient related purposes (E.g., ordering supplies, etc.).
Any contract that requires the signature of Indiana University, with the exception of CDAs, needs to be routed.
Only certain individuals have the legal authority to bind Indiana University to obligations with a 3rd party. If the contract is not signed by one of these individuals, the contract will have no binding effect.
Questions regarding contract status can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call 317-274-CLIN.
See comparison chart here.