IRB 101 for Grad Students 4/17

in General News
April 5th, 2013

IRB 101 for BUMC Graduate Student IRB Submissions

Wednesday April 17; 4 – 5:20pm, Keefer auditorium

Pre-registration required. There is no cost to attend the session.

Do you need to submit a research study to the BUMC IRB to be able to move forward with your student research project?  If so, come attend this presentation by Clinical Research Resources Office (CRRO) Director Mary-Tara Roth.  The presentation will provide some basic background on the human subjects research regulations, as well as provide practical advice and specific do’s and don’ts in working with the IRB and completing your IRB application within INSPIR (the online IRB submissions system).  This presentation will focus on typical graduate student research IRB submissions, such as research using existing data and survey studies.