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Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA) The Confidential Disclosure Agreement protects from disclosure information identified as "confidential" by the two or more parties wishing to discuss research efforts prior to a decision on whether to pursue a collaborative partnership. NHLBI has available a CDA for one-way disclosure of information or a mutual exchange of information. To facilitate this type of an agreement, please contact OTTAD.
Material Transfer Agreement (MTA)
Research Collaboration Agreement (RCA) The RCA is an agreement between two entities where the contemplated research project is a collaborative effort between the parties, unlike the work under a MTA where either an informal, limited, or no collaboration is anticipated. The RCA outlines what material or expertise each party brings to the research effort and who is responsible for what portion of the research project. OTTAD works with both parties to facilitate the RCA.
Clinical Trial Agreement (CTA)
To further the NIH mission, NHLBI researchers partner with outside entities by conducting clinical trials which test new drugs, devices, procedures, and other interventions on human subjects. NHLBI researchers are world-renown in their fields of expertise. The NIH Clinical Center offers a state-of-the art facility in which these clinical trials may be conducted. Contact OTTAD for additional information.
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Last Updated: May 2013