Guidelines for reviewing a MTA as used by KU Leuven Research & Development, the TTO of the KU Leuven (Belgium).
This document is part of the MRC’s Ethics Series and sets out the MRC’s expectations for MRC Units and Institutes and MRC grant holders with respect to the use of human biological samples in research.
This OECD recommendation provides guidelines for the establishment, management, governance, operation, access, use and discontinuation of Human Biobanks and Genetic Research Databases.
These OECD Guidelines on the management, exploitation and licensing of intellectual property rights on innovations within the field of human medical genetics seek to foster the objectives of stimulating genetic research and development while maintaining appropriate access to health products and services.
NIH developed two template agreements, which facilitate the exchange of materials between not-for-profit institutions
The Brunswick Group have made available a number of template agreements for use between two universities or similar not-for-profit organisations.
As indicated in the title the UNICO guidebook on material transfer agreements is a hands on guide for drafting, interpreting and negotiating these agreements.
The Research and Innovation Services of the University of Dundee has developed incoming and outgoing (Material Transfer Agreements) MTA forms that researchers need to fill out in order to make sure that the technology transfer services are well informed when processing MTA's.
An appropriate management and sharing of human specimens is an essential but challenging aspect of knowledge transfer in health. The National Cancer Institute has developed this Best Practices document providing a framework for the responsible collection and sharing of human material.
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