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Cambridge Research Office course timetable


Tue 14 Jul 2020 – Mon 15 Mar

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October 2020

Thu 22
Risk Management new Finished 13:00 - 13:45 At participant's desk
  • The charitable remit
  • Managing risk
  • Expanding the University Research Capacity
  • Supporting the Academic Investigator
  • Protecting the Student
Thu 29
Introduction to CDAs and MTAs at ROO new Finished 11:00 - 11:45 At participant's desk
  • CDAs: Confidential Disclosure Agreements
  • MTAs: Material Transfer Agreements
  • What they are used for
  • How we process them at ROO
  • Due diligence questionnaires
  • ROO templates
  • Key points to consider

November 2020

Tue 3
Clinical Trials: Sites, Medicines and Devices new Finished 13:00 - 14:00 At participant's desk

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The University of Cambridge and the CRUK Cambridge Institute new Finished 13:00 - 14:00 At participant's desk
  • Department of Oncology
  • MRC Cancer Unit
  • CRUK Cancer Unit
  • Cambridge Cancer Centre
Working with our NHS Trusts new Finished 14:00 - 14:45 At participant's desk

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December 2020

Tue 15
HTA MTAs new Finished 10:00 - 11:30 At participant's desk

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March 2021

Mon 15
Export Control - Q&A session new Finished 10:00 - 11:00 At participant's desk

The United Kingdom, alongside most other countries, enforces controls on the export of military and dual use (i.e. civil technologies which have the potential to be used for military purposes) items, software and technology (‘technology’ is defined as information necessary for the development, production or use of goods).

As such, researchers at the University of Cambridge may be subject to UK Export Control legislation, and also US export licence conditions for technology imported from the United States. These regulations have the potential to apply to a range of activities, including research, teaching, visiting scientists and technology transfer.

Failure to observe these rules is a criminal offence for the researcher (responsible for primary awareness as the application of the rules to their research) and/or the University (failure to provide adequate guidance/internal processes/regulation at the appropriate level). It is therefore extremely important that researchers and those who support researchers are aware of their responsibilities under law and University compliance procedures.