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

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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!!

Columbia IRB Annual Educational Conference

May 12, 2014

Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall

Columbia University Morningside Campus

Visit our Conference Homepage

 

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://secure.cumc.columbia.edu/cumcit/secure/security/scp_systems.html

4/9/2014

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

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014

Time:   12:00 – 2:00 pm

Location:  Hamilton 302

 

 

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Policy & Guidance Refresher

 

March 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GUIDANCE ON RESEARCH INVOLVING GENETIC TESTING

This guidance applies to all human subjects research that involves Genetic Testing, as defined below. It provides background information on New York’s Civil Rights Law § 79-l, which governs the confidentiality of Genetic Testing records, and discusses the implications of this law for institutional review boards (IRBs) that review human subjects research involving Genetic Testing, particularly with respect to the criteria for IRB approval of such research and the requirements for obtaining informed consent and laboratory certification.

 

 

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Information for Research Subjects
  • Research at Columbia University
  • What is the IRB?
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About the HRPP / IRB
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Contact Us
 Submitting a Protocol
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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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