Introduction to the ISCR Councils
ISCR has seven functioning councils which constitute the major activities of the Society. Each of the Councils has a Council Coordinator and Members who drive the respective agenda of the Councils, guided by the overall objectives and mission of the Society.
About ISCR Investigator Council
An Investigator is responsible for the conduct of the clinical trial at a trial site. The trial site is the location(s) where most of trial-related activities are actually conducted. Therefore, the investigator and his/her team are an important stakeholder in a clinical trial. An investigator is expected to comply with all the responsibilities as laid out in the ICH GCP guidelines and the applicable regulations. Key opinion leaders / highly experienced clinical trial investigators represent the investigator community, on the Investigator Council of ISCR.
The main aims of the Investigator Council are to:
- Generating awareness of clinical research among the investigator community and Capacity Building for Potential investigators in India.
- Propagate adoption of the highest standards of clinical research at investigator sites by providing required guidance and training to investigators across the country.
- Communicate issues, concerns and expectations from research sites to ISCR and further to regulators and policy makers through appropriate channels.
- Create a platform to discuss issues and exchange best practices.
Chair and Co-Chairs
Mr. Nirmallya Das