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Government and institutional officials include: Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer Wayne Swan; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President and CEO Charles Evans; Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance Vittorio Grilli; Korea's Minister of Strategy and Finance Bahk Jaewan; and Luxembourg's Minister of Finance Luc Frieden.
I saw people functioning as overseers or elders but no ordained, titled, institutional officials.
Initially, institutional officials believed the show would only be filming in the apartment building occasionally and offered assistance to students who wanted to move out because of the situation, or refunds for students who wanted to leave Florence altogether.
Discussions held with institutional officials at those collaborating sites showed that they recognized the need for their own IRBs, to comply with international regulations, to review their own research, to develop local capacity for human subject protection, and to attract additional international research.
The Imanishi-Kari case arose at a time when federal and institutional officials were inexperienced and uncertain about the scope and nature of their oversight role.
Yale survived the presence of a bona fide communist-but not without institutional officials trem bring a bit.
The initial implementation will provide full lifecycle support of COI disclosures for both researchers and institutional officials from initial submission and modifications to annual review.
Inevitably, institutional officials are learning not to reinvent the wheel every time a new construction project comes up.