a medical expert responsible for the conduct of a particular clinical trial at a particular site.
Faculty and senate member in charge of the space in which the work is being performed.
A PI may be an employee, normally with an academic appointment who is or becomes eligible under this definition to submit a proposal for program support for projects in research, training, student and/or workforce development, public service, etc. to a significant degree, and who has primary responsibility for the scientific, technical and administrative conduct and reporting of the project. A PI who is the head of a program or project may be known as Project Director or Project Administrator. For the purposes of the definition, the terms shall be considered equivalent.
The person assigned responsibility for program and budgetary management of a grant or contract.
An academic staff member whose project is being sponsored and who is responsible for directing the research and for ensuring that all terms and conditions of a sponsored agreement are met.
The head researcher responsible for organizing and overseeing a clinical trial.
The main person running a research study.
The designation of a faculty member who is given responsibility for the project.
is a Virginia Tech employee responsible for the operations and associated researchers of a laboratory or group of laboratories.
The investigator responsible for the research site where the study involves specified procedures requiring site-specific assessment. There should be one PI for each research site. In the case of a single-site study, the CI and the PI will normally be the same person.
The primary person in charge of a project which uses animals; normally the awardee of a grant or a faculty member.
Depending on context may refer either to the leader of one of the four consortia that built the ISO instruments or to the lead author of a proposal, sometimes referred to as ``Guest Observer''.
the scientist in charge of an experiment or research project
A person, usually with an M.A. or PhD. degree or extensive experience, who designs research projects and oversees the field and laboratory tasks, and has the principal responsibility for preparing the report.
The Primary person responsible for all research data collected during a study. This party will also be responsible for patient care and safety.
An individual who is directly responsible for the administration of a grant, contract, or other sponsored project.
The individual scientist, physician, researcher or other health care professional responsible for the conduct and direction of a research study. He or she carries the ultimate responsibility for the research activities directly related to the study.
The individual, usually a physician, who is ultimately responsible for the conduct of the clinical investigation; the person under whose immediate direction the test article is administered or dispensed.
The individual responsible for leading and carrying out the terms of the award.
lead CDC scientist who is working directly or in collaboration with an outside party in the design of a research study, development of methods and procedures for the study, collection of data, analysis of data, or interpretation of data.
The individual with primary responsibility for the conduct of the research
The individual primarily responsible for the taking, importation, export, and any related activities conducted under a permit issued for scientific research or enhancement.
The researcher who â€œleadsâ€ the research or development project. He or she prepares the application and is responsible for the execution of the project.
The medical researcher who has the overall authority and responsibility for the clinical trial.
A Principal Investigator is a researcher who writes a proposal to be submitted to NASA through an affiliated organization. A PI is also the lead researcher on a proposal that has been awarded by NASA.
The individual selected by proposal review, who has primary responsibility for preparing the proposal, selecting the investigation team, carrying out the scientific investigation, and reporting the results. Responsibilities often include supplying an instrument. Source: ESADS, EPO.
a faculty member, assistant professor or higher (no visiting faculty), appointed by the licensee, who has been approved through the Radiation Safety Committee for the purchase and use of radioactive materials.
the scientist in charge of a research team conducting clinical trials.
A qualified person designated by the applicant institution to direct the project or program defined in the grant application. Principal investigators are responsible for the proper conduct of the project.
The person who is designated to take overall responsibility within the team of researchers for the design, conduct and reporting of the study.
The doctor in charge of a clinical trial.
The person who oversees an Applied Research Grant, Data Grant, or a Public Policy Grant.
The lead investigator with primary responsibility for the project. This role may be shared by two investigators, in which case they are co-Principal Investigators.
The researcher for an award. There may be more than one PI per award.
An individual who conducts an investigation, i.e., under whose immediate direction research is conducted, or, in the event of an investigation conducted by a team of individuals, is the responsible leader of that team.
The individual responsible for the conduct of research or other activity described in a proposal for an award.
A responsible leader of a team of individuals at a trial site for the conduct of the clinical trial at that trial site.
The researcher responsible for defining an investigation or experiment as part of a NASA science or technology project, and for ensuring that the investigation of the experiment meets with its specific objectives.
The person who is responsible for the research work of a project.
(PI) Person in charge of the research project that will use the computing resources, and the person who controls the allocation; the PI decides how the allocation is to be divided and authorizes other individuals to be users of the resources.
Typically, a faculty member or administrator who submitted a proposal that was accepted and funded by an external sponsor, also referred to as the project director. The PI has primary responsibility for technical compliance, completion of programmatic work, and responsible spending of a sponsor funds.
The scientist or scholar with primary responsibility for the design and conduct of a research project.
The principal investigator or lead researcher on a research proposal, application, agreement, contract or award responsible for the conduct of the research project. In most cases, the PI is eligible, according to University policy, to be the Project Holder.
The Principal Investigator (PI) is the individual designated as head of a research project. To be eligible as a PI, the individual must be an academic appointee. More information about eligibility (section 1-500) and responsibilities (section 10-330) can be found in the UCOP Contract and Grant Manual.
The individual identified in a sponsored agreement as the person who will lead the project's activity.
The PI is the lead researcher of a project, and is sometimes called the project director. Principal investigators may be faculty members, qualified Professional and Scientific staff members, or postdoctoral scholars.
The person or organization responsible for a study; equivalent to "author" in bibliographic citations. Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM)
A person responsible for the conduct of the clinical trial at a trial site. If a trial is conducted by a team of individuals at a trial site, the investigator is the responsible leader of the team and may be called the principal investigator.
A principal investigator (PI) is the lead scientist for a particular well-defined science project, such as an astronomical observing campaign, laboratory study or clinical trial.