Health care team looks back – and ahead – at developments in human subjects research
The year 2006 drew to a close accompanied by several noteworthy developments in the regulation and practice of human subjects research in general and clinical trials in particular. In a BNA publication, the Medical Research Law & Policy Report
, four experienced attorneys from Ropes & Gray's Health Care Practice, led by partner Mark Barnes, look back at the significant developments of 2006 and explain why those developments will remain significant in 2007. To read the article, please click "Download PDF".