Financial Conflicts of Interest

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Financial Conflicts of Interest (FCOI) in Public Health Service-funded Research Reported to the Federal Government

Transparency is the hallmark of an ethical research organization. It is therefore essential that the involvement a researcher or his/her immediate family may have with sponsors be transparent and disclosed. Compliance with federal regulations and institutional policies concerning COI is essential.

When KP determines that an investigator engaged in federally funded research has a significant financial interest, as defined in the federal regulations and our policy, and that this significant financial interest meets the definition of a FCOI, details of the FCOI are reported to the federal government. In addition, certain details are made available to the general public.

The following are details of FCOIs that KP has reported to the federal government. Questions may be directed to

There are no financial conflicts of interest to report at this time. The information provided is current as of the date listed and is subject to updates on at least an annual basis and within 60 days of the institution's identification of a new financial conflict of interest.

Investigator's NameInvestigator's Title and RoleEntity in Which the SFI is HeldNature of the SFIApprox. Dollar Range of the SFI

Last updated: January 30, 2020

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