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Have questions, suggestions, or concerns about research that involves human subjects? Use the IRB Staff Directory or

Office email address ("Ask the IRB" link) to contact us!

 

 

News & Announcements

 

Visit the Morningside IRB Office on Wednesday’s

from 1:00-3:00 without an appointment*

When: Any Wednesday

Where: Studebaker Building

615 West 131st Street, 3rd Floor

(Building entrance is on W. 132nd Street due to construction)

Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

*Alternatively an appointment may be scheduled

by calling 212-851-7040.

 

Current list of CUMC IT certified systems:

https://rsam.cumc.columbia.edu/RSAM_DEFAULT.aspx

University Travel Policy to Ebola-affected Countries
2/9/2015

IRB 101: Human Subjects Research Protections & How to Submit a Protocol to the CU IRB- Morningside

 

Morningside Session:

Date: February 13, 2015

Time: 12:00 - 2:00pm

Location: 201A Philosophy

RSVP:

https://calendar.columbia.edu/sundial/webapi/register.php?eventID=76706

 

 

 

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Policy & Guidance Refresher

 

January/February 2015

 

 

 

Audio/Video/Photographic Recording of Human Subjects

Recording the voice and/or image of an individual creates a type of record that requires unique handling and storage, particularly if the content may be considered sensitive.  As with all research procedures, the dignity of human subjects should be respected.  Therefore, only what is necessary for the purpose of the study should be recorded.  Research subjects must be informed prospectively that such recording will occur, and be provided with information about the storage, confidentiality, and future use of the resulting tape.

 

 

 

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Information for Research Subjects
  • Research at Columbia University
  • What is the IRB?
  • Should I Participate in Research?
About the HRPP / IRB
  • Purpose / Scope / Responsibilities
  • IRB Roster and Meeting Schedule
  • Quality Improvement Program
  • Compliance Oversight
  • Federalwide Assurance
Contact Us
 Submitting a Protocol
  • RASCAL Tutorial
  • Tips for Efficient Protocol Review
  • Resubmitting
  • Creating Consent Forms

Maintaining IRB Approval

  • Modifying a Protocol
  • Renewing a Protocol
  • Other Reporting Requirements

     -Adverse Events                                     

     -Protocol Deviations & Violations  
     -Interim Analysis / Safety Reports
     -Suspension

  • Closing out a Project
     
 

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