All contracts that are not available must also be monitored by the Office of Practices and Rights. Can I use funds from a research agreement to obtain material from third parties? The submission of the NHS data transfer and use contract (DTUA) involves the transfer and use of data provided by a supplier to a non-profit third party that wishes to use this data for research purposes. This proposal aims to facilitate the exchange of data in Switzerland. The IPO will then begin the trading process and facilitate the conclusion of the agreement. Biological material and health data belong to citizens whose interests must be protected. In fact, these individuals have agreed that their health samples and data should be used for research. This gift to science is based on the trust these people place in researchers. To exchange samples and data for research projects between institutions, a hardware transfer agreement (MTA) and/or Data Transfer and Use Agreement (DTUA) is required. MtA and DTUA are essential regulatory requirements that define the rights, responsibilities and obligations of the parties involved (for example. B, suppliers, recipients, processors) with respect to authorized use, ownership, publications, intellectual property and liability when biological material and/or data are transferred or accessed as part of a project. SBP and SPHN encourage their partners and all those working with biological material or data in Switzerland to adopt these models. Indeed, the same MTA and DTUA model will be used in the future by these institutes, which represents a considerable added value.
SBP Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) Models involve the transfer and use of biological materials or biological resources (i.e. biological materials and associated data) provided by a supplier to a non-profit third party wishing to use this material for research purposes. The models are used by swiss Biobanking Platform (SBP) partners who adhere to the governance principles of current ethical and legal requirements and comply with the professional biobanking standards set out in their biobanking regulations.