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Research Compliance and Education
The University of Denver Research Compliance and Education program provides compliance with federal regulations, state laws, and institutional policies in addition to providing support and education for our research community, faculty, staff and students. Educational opportunities include online training, individual consultation, class presentations, and seminars available throughout the year or upon request.
Please review this website for more information on research compliance areas such as human subjects, animal care and use, biosafety and the responsible conduct of research, among others. Please visit the appropriate sections if you are submitting research applications for review by the IRB, IACUC or IBC.
All required education must be completed .
ATTENTION ALL CURRENT ePROTOCOL USERS & INDIVIDUALS PLANNING RESEARCH THAT MAY REQUIRE REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY THE IRB, IACUC, or IBC.
The University of Denver Administration, in conjunction with the University's Faculty and Research Compliance Committees, is pleased to announce that we will be replacing our current electronic protocol management system, eProtocol, with the industry leading IRBNet suite of tools.
The Research Compliance Office is working with each Department to ensure sufficient training for researchers across campus.
Dates to remember:
May 1st 2013 You can self-register at www.IRBnet.org
May 28th 2013 Last day to submit new protocols using eProtocol
May 29th 2013 Start Submitting protociols using IRBnet
July 1st 2013 You can no longer access eProtocol
For additional information please contact Emily Caldes at 303-871-4052, or the IRB Administrator at IRBAdmin@du.edu, for assistance with any questions you may have as we move forward with this important initiative.
To read the detailed announcement please click here.
Please read the documents below to know more about how to get started.
You may still access existing protocols at the links below through June 30, 2013
For questions directly relating to the e-Protocol system, please click on the email link associated with your research area.
Please direct any research compliance questions or issues to Emily Caldes