Identifying a ClinicalTrials.gov Point Person for Your Study
There is no single, central Rutgers organizational account. Rather, there are several different Rutgers research departments or groups that have already established their own group accounts, and a large number of Rutgers investigators who have established individual accounts (a single individual account can accommodate several individual trials).
If your research department or group already has a group account:
Contact the account's owner and inquire to join.
List of current Rutgers group accounts:
- CINJ Regulatory – Jasmine Rizzo and Tatiana Zelinskaya
- NJMS Clinical Research Unit/UH – Yasmeen Beckett/Nancy Reilly
- NJMS Anesthesiology – Catherine Schoenberg
- RWJ Psychiatry – Chinita Mobley
- RWJ SURGERY – Susette Coyle
If your research department or group does not already have a group account:
As The Responsible Party, the Principal Investigator is ultimately responsible for ClinicalTrials.gov registration and must enter protocol information into the CT.gov website. However, he/she may designate an individual to enter the study information into CT.gov (e.g. a study coordinator). This Point Person should contact RU CT.gov Administrator to set up a Protocol Registration System (PRS) account (see Instructions of CT.gov Protocol Registration). Responsibilities of CT.gov Point Person include entering and updating the information of study protocol(s) in ClinicalTrials.gov in a timely manner, receiving email notifications from CT.gov and RU CT.gov administrators and addressing them accordingly, and working with the research team to keep the protocols current on CT.gov.