Investigators Why be an Investigator Informed Consent Institutional Review Board Steps to Become an Investigator Hear from Investigators Get Started You’re invited to hear investigators share their personal experiences about conducting clinical trials. E. Darlene Harbour, R.N. and Martin Conway, M.D. Gordon Lam, M.D. David C. Miller, M.D. Does conducting clinical trials raise the bar for your practice? How did you get started in clinical trials? How has being an investigator impacted your peer relationships? How has conducting clinical trials changed your outlook? How much did you know about becoming an investigator? What are the advantages of becoming an investigator? What are the benefits of clinical trials to the medical community? What are the challenges of being an investigator? What effect does conducting clinical trials have on your private practice? What resources do you need to be an investigator? What surprised you about being an investigator? Why are clinical trials important? Why did you become an investigator? Why do you want to continue being an investigator? About Us Learn more about PPD Quick Links Get started now Frequently asked questions (FAQ) Training Survey We are collecting data related to training programs for clinical trial sites and would appreciate your input.