The committee for SCREEN will receive and answer all new queries for collaboration and review them for the following criteria:
- That the research is relevant to the strategy at SDCC with an emphasis on world-class patient-centered diabetes care.
- That the available resources and patient population match the research objectives and enrollment criteria.
- That there is synergy between clinical research at SDCC.
It is no longer possible to initiate external collaborations with individual researchers outside of SCREEN. All clinical trials initiated and conducted at SDCC need to go through the SCREEN process.
If your participants need to sign an informed consent, then it’s likely that your project needs to be approved by SCREEN. If in doubt, contact Michelle Ellefson, Head of Research & Innovation at SDCC.
Already affiliated or interested in a life science collaboration?
Follow the SDCC Investigators’ path if you are already affiliated or have a joint appointment with SDCC.
If you are interested in initiating a life science collaboration with SDCC, please follow the path for External Collaborators.
GATE refers to the name of the forms that must be filled out.
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Applicants will be notified within 7 business days of the SCREEN SC decision.
SCREEN Steering Committee Members
Birgitte Brock, Head of Research, chairman
Peter Rossing, Head of Complications Research
Anne Mette Rosenfalck, Head of Clinic
Kirsten Nørgaard, Clinian and Principal Investigator
Tina Vilsbøll, Clinian and Principal Investigator
Ingrid Willaing, Head of Diabetes Management Research
Evy Connie Ottesen, Head of CoreLab
Michelle Ellefson, Head of Research and Innovation
SCREEN steering Committee Meetings 2019 and deadline for material to be sent:
January - 21 December 2018
February - 18 January 2019
March - 15 February 2019
April - 22 March 2019
May - 19 April
June - 20 May
August - 1 August
September - 28 August
October - 17 October
November - 17 October
December - 28 November
A more detailed description of SCREEN can be found in the white paper.