Identification of Data Controller: During the study the sponsor will direct the collection and use of your personal information(data) needed for the study. The sponsor is the data controller of your personal data under applicable data protection laws. The Sponsor can be contacted as follows:
The Sponsor: Bond Avillion 2 Development LP, at Nerine House, St George’s Place, St Peter Port, GY1 3ZG, Guernsey
The Representative: Avillion LLP, Central Working, Eccleston Yards, 25 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF.
You can contact Nicole Rensonnet, the Data Protection Officer of the Sponsor, by phone at +44 56 0375 0073, by email at PT027@mydata-trust.info or in writing to MyData-TRUST, Rue Descartes, 7, B1, BE 7000, Mons.
The Information Collected by or on behalf of the Sponsor
Clinical trial regulations such as those associated with the ICH/GCP Guidelines and those adopted by local jurisdictions oblige the Sponsor and those acting on the Sponsor's behalf (such as TRIFECTA) to collect personal data from individuals who participate in the conduct of a clinical trial to prove their qualifications. The information collected is: name, contact details, information related to professional qualifications and experience, and also any additional personal data you may have provided unsolicited in your curriculum vitae or other documents.
The Sponsor does not collect your sensitive personal information unless it is required or permitted to do so by applicable law, or you have, in accordance with applicable law, provided your explicit consent to the collection and processing of your sensitive personal data. Sensitive personal information means information in relation to racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, health, sex life or sexual orientation, and genetic data and biometric data.
The Way Your Personal Data is Used
The personal information you provide will become part of the clinical trial databases and paper files as needed for the implementation, performance, and record-keeping (archiving) of the study. These databases and files are used to (1) manage your and the investigative site(s) at which you work participation in the study, (2) communicate with you and the investigative site in connection with the study, and (3) to carry out other clinical trial activities for the study as required or permitted by law. Providing this information is necessary to conduct clinical trials and comply with applicable laws; denial thereof could make it impossible for you to take part in the clinical trial.
The legal bases for the processing of your personal data as described in this paragraph are: (1) compliance with clinical trial regulations such as those associated with the ICH/GCP Guidelines and those adopted by local jurisdictions obliging the Sponsor and those acting on its behalf to collect personal data from individuals who participate in the conduct of a clinical trial to prove their qualifications.
The above processing may be performed both electronically and in hard copies.
Your personal data will not be used for any direct marketing purposes.
The Way Your Personal Data is Stored
The Sponsor and those acting on its behalf maintain appropriate technical and organizational measures designed to protect your personal information against loss or accidental, unlawful or unauthorized, alteration, access or disclosure or use.
Your personal data will be stored for a period of up to 25 years after completion of the study. This retention period may be extended if the Sponsor is required to preserve your personal data in connection with litigation, investigations and proceedings, or if a longer retention is required by applicable law.
Transferring the Personal Data to a Third Party (APPLICABLE ONLY TO DATA SUBJECTS LOCATED IN THE EU)
The Sponsor may engage service providers (so-called 'processors'), such as outsourced service providers which may receive access to your information. The Sponsor in all such cases will make sure that (i) it diligently chooses the relevant service provider, (ii) the service provider will only handle your information in accordance with the Sponsor's instructions, (iii) the service provider adopts adequate technical and organizational measure to protect your personal data, and (iv) the service provider does not retain your personal data upon completion of its services. Details of service providers and the countries in which they are based are available from the Sponsor by contacting its data protection officer.
To the extent that your personal data is shared with service providers, Sponsor affiliates or other third parties processing personal data on the Sponsor's behalf which are located outside your country of residence, the Sponsor will also ensure an adequate level of data protection as required by your country's data protection laws. You may obtain a copy of the relevant data transfer mechanisms that the Sponsor has put in place by contacting the Sponsor as stated below.
How Your Dispute or Complaint May Be Resolved
Any questions, concerns or complaints regarding the use of your personal data should be directed to the Sponsor's data protection officer using the contact information presented below. If you are located in the EU, have a complaint about the collection or use of your personal data and would like to seek an independent recourse mechanism, you may contact your local Data Protection Authority (DPA). A listing of each EU country's DPA may be found here:
Your Rights as a Data Subject
In accordance with the GDPR, you have the right to request the following with regards to your data:
*Please note that in line with Article 89(2) of the GDPR, limitations may apply to these rights if necessary for the fulfilment of clinical trial purposes and such limitations are only permissible if your request will render impossible or seriously impair the achievement of scientific purposes.
Should you have questions about the information about you that the Sponsor holds and all communications, queries and subject access requests that are related to data protection issues, please contact the DPO of the Sponsor.