Q: Who should I contact for more information regarding Investigator-Initiated Studies?
A: You can contact your regional Medical Science Liaison by clicking here.
Q: Should I submit a conceptual outline or a full study proposal?
A: You should submit a full proposal of the study for CSL Behring to consider for review. Conceptual or high-level proposals will not be considered until they are fully developed.
Q: How long does the review process take?
A: Full submissions are reviewed on a monthly basis and you will be notified when the CSL Behring Review Committee has arrived at a decision. Decisions are based on medical and scientific value in addition to current resources and research priorities.
Q: What is CSL Behring’s role in a funded Investigator-Initiated Study?
A: CSL Behring is considered the Grant Provider for any Investigator-Initiated Study that it funds. Due to certain legal implications, the role of Sponsor needs to be assumed by either the Investigator or the Investigator’s Organization.