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TOPAZ Technologies Introduces Biosafety Software Solution
Date:6/10/2009

Solution Automates IBC Protocol Operations and Addresses Medical Research Compliance Requirements

AUSTIN, Texas, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- TOPAZ Technologies, a leading provider of medical research management software for the Life Sciences industry, today announced the latest software addition to its product line, the Biosafety Solution.

TOPAZ Technologies Biosafety Solution automates the medical research study protocol process, from protocol inception to approval, as required by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). An end-to-end solution for the IBC protocol process, the Biosafety Solution compiles, tracks and manages complex research study data and creates an audit trail with comprehensive reports to prevent and protect against regulatory compliance violations.

Composed of three unique modules, the solution is designed to address key milestones and compliance requirements. Modules include: the Protocols Module, created to streamline IBC protocol development and store critical research information; the Reviews Module, developed to compile and track activities throughout the IBC protocol review process; and the Meetings Module, designed to schedule and capture IBC meeting activities.

"Our experiences with TOPAZ Technologies automated protocol solutions have given us confidence that we will achieve our overall goals to increase efficiency, and efficacy of our compliance programs, ensuring compliance adherence by the TSU research community," said Linda Gardiner, Ph.D., director of the Department of Research Enhancement and Compliance Services Office of Research at Texas Southern University.

Key features include: customizable biosafety protocol forms; automated protocol monitoring, tracking and management; regulatory reports and audit trail; collaborative review environment; user-defined role and protocol-based access control; meeting agenda scheduler; and use
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