Research Involving Human Subjects

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Research Compliance Services supports the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS), which serves as the University of Oregon's Institutional Review Board (IRB). The mission of the CPHS/IRB is to protect the rights and welfare of people participating in University of Oregon research.

For information on human subjects research, including instructions on applying for review and approval of research projects involving human subjects, please see the links below:

General Information Protocol Submissions Protocol Resources Other Resources
Does your Project Require
IRB Review?
Applications & Forms Protocol Guidance Library Human Subjects Training  Requirement (CITI)
Types of Review Preparing Initial Submission Research Plan Human Research Regulations
& UO Policy
The Review Process
What to Expect
Amending your Protocol Recruitment Funded and Sponsored Research
IRB Meeting Dates for
Full Board Submissions
Renewing your Protocol
Continuing Review
Informed Consent Clinical Trials
Correspondence Event Reporting Compensating Participants  
  Closing your Protocol Special Research Populations  
    Risks to Research Participant    

 

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