IRB Board AssignmentsBoards 1 & 2
Boards 3 & 4
Trish Lindstrom (VA Lead)
the Research Integrity main line (4-7887, option 2). The Integrity Analysts who answer are skilled at addressing many of these types of concerns, including checking for Conflict of Interest or other Compass training compliance issues, to ensure your project is ready for submission.
If you have general IRB questions, the best practice is to email Research Integrity.
If you have study-specific questions and there is an IRB Coordinator assigned to your submission, we encourage you to contact your IRB Coordinator, as they will be most familiar with your study, modification, or continuing review.
In the event that you need to speak with someone right away, please call the Research Integrity main line (4-7887, option 2).
IRB RegistrationThe Health and Human Services (HHS) regulations for the protection of human subjects (45 CFR part 46) new subpart E requires Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) that review human subjects research conducted or supported by HHS and that are designated under an assurance of compliance approved for federal-wide use by the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) to register with HHS.
The IRB registration system is compatible with the IRB registration requirements of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), allowing the operation of a single HHS IRB registration system.
OHSU has successfully registered with HHS. Registration confirmation can be viewed via the OHRP's search feature. The registration information includes contact information, approximate numbers of all active protocols and active protocols involving research conducted or supported by HHS, and staffing for the IRB.
OHSU IRB00000471 divides its IRB review activities among four "boards", titled Board 1, Board 2, etc. for administrative and scheduling purposes. All four of these groups are comprised of members and alternates from the single membership roster for IRB00000471 registered with OHRP.
Oregon Hlth & Sci U
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