The Offices of Research Integrity (IRB, IACUC, Research Safety offices) will be relocating from Dahlberg Hall to the 3rd Floor of 58 Edgewood Avenue beginning June 29th. The iRIS system will be available for use by researchers, but there will be no processing during this time. Other services will be limited on Thursday, June 29th… more »
An upgrade to the iRIS system will be implemented starting at the close of business on May 26th and ending on May 30th, 2017. The iRIS system will not be available for use during the upgrade process. Researchers should take into account the timing of the planned update and make the necessary adjustments for the… more »
The Unanticipated Problem Form is replacing the Unanticipated/Adverse Event Form. For more information on Unanticipated Problems, please see the power point presentation and Section 21 of the IRB Manual of Policies and Procedures.
Georgia State University works diligently to maintain compliance with all federal regulations impacting the rights and welfare of human subjects participating in research. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that gives parents certain rights with respect to their children’s educational records. These rights transfer to the student when he… more »
A new Compensation Section has been added to the model informed consent form. All new submissions must use the new version of the model informed consent. Please see the following link to access the model informed consent form.
Authorization agreements are used when one institution relies on the review of another institution’s IRB. If you wish to have an authorization agreement in place, a new form is available in iRIS.
CITI Training: Social/Behavioral Basic Course to Change Jan. 5:
Effective Jan. 5, 2015, the CITI Program will replace its Introduction (757) module for the Social Behavioral – Basic Course (required training for individuals conducting human research in social/behavioral fields). Learners will need to complete the full Social Behavioral – Basic Course (all 12 modules) before… more »