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What is a researcher or investigator and why is he or she important in drug development?

The principal researcher or investigator is the lead scientist for a specific scientific research project. The principal investigator will head the lab and lead a research group. As it pertains to medicine, the principal investigator will lead in a laboratory or clinical setting, and is responsible for completion of the project. He or she is also responsible for reporting to a funding agency. Principal investigators can conceive of or be assigned to projects.

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