Industry partners are requested to refer to the following integral administrative requirements prior to conducting a research study in SERI.
SERI houses a dedicated research clinic facility that includes several consultation rooms with specialized state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge tools to conduct comprehensive clinical trials and research studies. Click here for more information.
Corneal & External Eye Disease
General Cataract & Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Ocular Inflammation & Immunology
Oculoplastic & Aesthetic Eyeplastic
Paediatric Ophthalmology & Adult Strabismus
For the import of all classes of unregistered medical devices (Class A, B, C and D) for use in clinical trials (both investigational and non-investigational purposes), you would need to apply for their use via the CTM (Medical Devices) application form. One CTM form is to be submitted for each clinical trial. It is the responsibility of the Sponsor to obtain HSA approval and forward the approved CTM (Medical Device) form to the importer. A sponsor can designate this responsibility to a duly-appointed CRO. Please visit the Health Sciences Authority of Singapore (HSA) website for more information.
The Clinical Trial Agreement (CTA) between SERI and the industry partner, which incorporates the approved budget, must be executed. Typically, the standard practice at SERI is to commence with the budget negotiation, and proceed thereafter with the CTA review, as the budget has to be incorporated within the executed CTA.
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