TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY. OFFICE OF RESEARCH LINDA M. GARDINER, Ph.D. DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH ENHANCEMENT AND REGULATORY SERVICES. THE USE OF HUMAN SUBJECTS IN RESEARCH WORKSHOP. Human Subjects Overview Protocol Submission and Review Processes
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OFFICE OF RESEARCHLINDA M. GARDINER, Ph.D.DIRECTORDEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH ENHANCEMENT
AND REGULATORY SERVICES
Human Subjects Overview
and Review Processes
October 18, 2012
To ensure research compliance with state and federal governing agency regulations and internal policies, guidelines and procedures, and to provide an environment that supports research advancements for the research community of Texas Southern University.
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Ensure submissions are complete and coherent
Ensure federal and TSU policies are upheld
Ensure submitted protocols and research materials receive appropriate review
Ensure informed consent document and procedures are appropriate
from Research Risks(now OHRP) and IRB’s
procedures for the use of human subjects in research
understand the seriousness of research compliance
There are two valid methods of CPHS review allowed by the OHRP:
(Notified by CPHS Chair by letter)
(Entirely new protocol must be submitted)
Linda M. Gardiner
Tequerio S. Banks
Program Coordinator I