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Clinical Trials

The Clinical Trials Programme enables individuals who have completed their academic training to conduct at any time patient-oriented clinical research within a temporary project.

The programme provides funding for interventional clinical studies, including feasibility studies (phase II) and interventional trials (phase III). The aim is to prove the efficacy of a new therapeutic, diagnostic or prognostic method. For all studies, high scientific quality and originality as well as clinical relevance are required.

The programme also funds observational trials, provided that the study investigates a highly relevant research question that cannot demonstrably be answered using an interventional design.

GEPRIS – German Project Information System

The following excerpt from Gepris shows the Clinical Trials funded currently and in the past. The details include information about the group leaders, the funded projects and the disciplines under which they are classified.


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