4.00.07 Human Subjects
Approved on: 12/11/2003
Effective Date: 12/11/2003
All research at Georgia State University (GSU) that involves human subjects must be reviewed and approved in accordance with federal law and GSU policy.
Administration of Policy
45 CFR 46
University Research Services and Administration (Dalberg Hall, 3-3500)
Responsible Executive(s): VP for Research
|Position Title||Campus Location||Phone Number and/or E-mail Address|
|University Research Services and Administration||2nd Floor Alumni Hall||404-413-3500|
Full Policy Text
All research at Georgia State University (GSU) that involves human subjects must be reviewed and approved in accordance with federal law and GSU policy. GSU´s Institutional Review Board (IRB) is charged with overseeing compliance with these federal regulations.
Rationale or Purpose
The goal of these regulations is to ensure the safety, respect, and dignity of human subjects who volunteer to participate in scientific research, and to provide public accountability for the trust which the public places in institutions conducting such research.
Required Education and Training All researchers, staff, students, and others who interact with human subjects in the performance of research and assisting in research must complete required on-line educational program on the Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI), a comprehensive web-based program before the Institutional Review Board (IRB) may accept a proposal. Contact University Research Services and Administration for more information.
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