New to Emory?
If you are a new investigator at Emory, we encourage you to make an appointment with the IRB to take stock of your studies and prepare a plan for a smooth transfer of your research projects. Please visit the About page for general contact information and a list of IRB staff, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's New at the IRB?
eIRB Outage June 2, 2017
eIRB will be unavailable due to system updates beginning at 5:00 pm on Friday, June 2, 2017. We expect it to be available again on Monday morning, June 5. We will post an update here if there are unforeseen delays. IRB members with meetings the subsequent week: we will contact you with further information.
IRB Webinar on Subject Complaints
Today, May 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm, the Emory IRB will deliver a webinar entitled: "When a subject complains: What to do and what to report to the IRB". The presentation will last approximately 20 minutes, including time for questions and answers. A link to the live webinar, as well as recordings of past webinars, can be found on the Webinars page.
eIRB: Technical Difficulties Resolved!
4/19/17, 6:16 PM: eeIRB's illness was diagnosed and cured, and it's up and running like a charm. Thanks for bearing with us!
OHRP Research Community Forum in Augusta, July 18-19!
Emory is excited to co-sponsor a wonderfully convenient opportunity for education and networking.
The workshop will feature interactive presentations by OHRP staff on a range of topics related to the HHS regulations, including discussion of the revised Common Rule. The conference will include break-out sessions covering a variety of research topics such as central IRBs and related issues, genetics research, online consent, and reporting concerns. Connect with human research professionals from across the country and learn about the regulations directly from OHRP staff—don’t miss out!
Register at: http://www.augusta.edu/research/dhhs/
IRB Webinar on Compensation in Research
On April 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm, the Emory IRB will deliver a webinar focused on Compensation in Research. The presentation will last approximately 20 minutes, including time for questions and answers. The live webinar can be accessed through this link.