If you subscribe to NIH notices or read the NIH extramural news, you may have noticed that several federal agencies, including the NIH, have replaced ADOBE-FORMS-B1 with ADOBE-FORMS-B2. We’ve received word from Research Grants & Contracts that OHSU researchers still must use InfoEd to submit their grant applications and shouldn’t be downloading the new forms from grants.gov. InfoEd is not yet ready for the B2 forms, but they are working on an update that should … Read More
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The August 31 deadline for compliance with OHSU’s Repository Policy is fast approaching. The IRB will be holding drop-in sessions to help researchers learn more about compliance with the policy. Bring questions about your project and work directly with an IRB analyst meet the requirements. There will be computers available to log in to the eIRB system. IRB Analyst Drop-in Sessions Fridays: August 5, 12, 19, and 26 Last session is on Tuesday, August 30 … Read More
Join the IRB Co-Chair Kathryn Schuff, MD, MCR, for a presentation on the IRB Repository Policy including writing protocols and FAQ highlights. IRB analysts will also be there for questions and consultations. Thursday June 14th, 2011 11:00 a.m. to noon CHH 3178 Bring a lunch and your questions! Please contact Amy Cline if you have any questions.
While attending the BIO International conference in Washington DC on June 28, NIH Director Francis Collins took a moment to speak with Bloomberg about the proposed National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), which he believes will help get innovative treatments to patients faster. Watch the video. Dr. Collins has also been busy preparing an in-depth article on the new center, which was published July 6 in Science Translational Medicine. Read the article or have … Read More
Join the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Analysts for updates on the Research Repository Policy including helpful reference materials. Thursday June 9th, 2011 11 a.m. to noon CHH 3178 Bring a lunch and your questions! Please contact Amy Cline for more information.
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) now has template consent form signature pages for studies involving 15-17 year old subjects. These may be used in your consent forms in place of the standard signature page. Use the guidelines below to help determine which page to use.
OHSU’s new Research Repository Policy requires all data or specimens being stored for future research to have Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. As you know, one mission of the OHSU Institutional Review Board (IRB) is to protect the rights and welfare of research participants at OHSU. Managing repositories is an important step in protecting their privacy once the study ends. Remember, a collection of human tissue, specimens, or data is considered a repository when there … Read More
Effective immediately (March 7, 2011), OHSU is implementing new liability language for consent forms for all federally funded studies. The OLD language: “It is not the policy of the federal funding agencies to compensate or provide medical treatment for human subjects in federally funded studies.” Must be REPLACED with: “This federally funded study does not have the ability to provide compensation for research-related injury. If you are injured or become ill from taking part in … Read More
How is OHSU protecting the rights and welfare of human research subjects? As an employee, what are my responsibilities for the safe conduct of research? The Institutional Review Board (IRB) has the answers. Join us for our annual IRB Town Hall meeting, Updates on Human Research Policies, Wednesday, May 4 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in UHS 8B60. This important presentation will include the following topics: Research Repository Policy Update Re-Consenting subjects Obtaining consent of minors … Read More
The NIH has recently revised its guidelines regarding the breeding of two different transgenic rodent strains. You can view the updated OHSU policy here. The Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) office will be contacting those with existing IBC registrations covering transgenic crossings to terminate the registration, if appropriate. Additionally, the Electronic Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (eIACUC) is in the process of being updated to revise the question on transgenic breeding per the revised policy. … Read More