Dan is the Director of the Oxford Research Services Office, which supports the activities of scientists, social sciences and humanities. After obtaining his Ph.D. in 2005, Dan joined the Oxford RS office, started as a contract agent, then joined a scholarship support team, developed an institutional approach to major research projects and led large and complex negotiations before entering his current position. In addition to the operational and management aspects of his role, Dan works at the Oxford Research Services Office in the areas of training needs and internal training program, support for strategic projects, and promoting research and cooperation abroad. Since 2013, he has been working in the Auril Research Contracts practice course. Design, negotiation and advice on a wide range of agreements and research changes As a member of this team, you will be doing useful work that will have the power to influence results and improve global health. The work you do focuses on areas such as public health services, epidemiology, behavioural and clinical research, and will ultimately improve the cost-effectiveness and quality of care we provide, while saving lives. Providing a comprehensive research contractSeed Negotiation and Management Basic Qualifications: Experience- At least five (5) years of experience in the development, review and analysis of fellowships and research contracts, including clinical trial agreements, subcontracting, contracts for the use of data and equipment transfer as well as confidentiality agreements.- At least five (5) years of experience negotiating publicly funded and privately funded research contracts.- At least five (5)) years of experience in managing licenses, contracts and subcontracts and performance issues.- At least five (5) years of experience in HIPAA application, data protection and security, Training - Bachelor in Business Management , arts, public health, public administration or four (4) years of experience in health, clinical and/or biomedical research. - Diploma of secondary or general education (GED) required. License, certification, registration N/A.
NOTE: These standard agreements should only be used for research agreements with BC universities. These agreements cannot be used for non-research contracts. Due to the special nature of the provisions of these agreements, clauses should not be extracted for use in other contracts or agreements. This agreement requires a research partner to have a specific set of work in the context of a research project (or a number of research projects) implemented by the college and usually involves payments to the partner.