Model Agreements & Guidelines International (MAGI) is streamlining clinical research by standardizing best practices for clinical operations, business and regulatory compliance. "MAGI" is pronounced with "G" as in Georgia and "I" as in Ireland. (Hear it pronounced.)
Members & Membership
Our 10,000+ members represent most of the major players in the industry. Membership is free. Members obtain discounts on MAGI conference registration and free access to the MAGI Model CTA and other resources. There are no obligations. Membership is individual, not organizational. Contact us to learn more about joining MAGI or sign up today.
MAGI's next Clinical Research Conference will be in Philadelphia, May 4-7, 2014. Over 90 sessions and workshops will offer practical tips in a coherent program for operations, regulatory compliance, contracts and budgets. We anticipate continuing growth, with over 500 attendees. Over 99% of attendees were satisfied with the last MAGI conference. To see future conferences, click here.
Model Clinical Trial Agreement
MAGI's flexible model clinical trial agreement with commentary streamlines the process of negotiating clinical trial agreements, thereby taking months out of the drug development timeline and speeding medical products to market. It also reduces study start-up costs and aggravation for sponsors, investigators and CROs. MAGI members use the MAGI model clinical trial agreement, model confidential disclosure agreement, budget template, and other documents as the basis for their own templates, in negotiations, and for training.
Other Best Practice Standards
Other standard forms, coding systems, and questions implement best practices in other areas of clinical research.
Obtain Clinical Research Contract Professional (CRCP) certification.
MAGI is a voluntary organization, operated by First Clinical Research, a for-profit company. Norman M. Goldfarb is the founder and chairman. View articles and other information about MAGI.
As Ben Franklin said, "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately."
MAGI filed a complaint today in the County of Henrico, Virginia against International Institute for Business Information & Growth, LLC (iiBIG) for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and unjust enrichment, in connection with iiBIG’s alleged malfeasance in co-producing MAGI’s Clinical Research Conferences.
Press Release: MAGI Sues iiBIG for Breach of Contract