The Industry Contracts Officer (ICO) is responsible for the review, negotiation and execution of all industry sponsored research agreements. The individual determines the nature and scope of the relationship of UCSF investigators to industry sponsors, and develops the business terms of the research project. Other duties include providing consultation to faculty, campus administrators and industry sponsor representatives in such areas as UC clinical research procedures, policies, and contract language; training and educating campus about Industry Sponsored Agreements - Policies, Practices, etc., and participating in the strategy planning and implementation with Director of Industry Contracts Division (ICD) to increase, broaden, develop and maintain UCSF relations with industry. The ICO acts as a responsible business official for the University.
The ICO drafts, negotiates and administers Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs), Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), Equipment Loan agreements, Clinical Service Agreements, Clinical Trial Agreements (CTAs) and other industry sponsored research and collaboration agreements. Support companies who wish to sponsor research. Facilitate compliance and administration of federal and state laws regarding research, conflict of interest, IP, contracts and employment. Works on problems of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of a variety of factors. Works under direction of higher-level officer where some interpretation of established work policies and procedures is required, and, at times deviation from standard work practices may be needed.
Internal Number: 3151194
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