December 2017 Highlights:
The Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects ("Common Rule") is scheduled to change as of January 19, 2018, and new NIH-specific policies will be implemented as of January 25, 2018. As a researcher or administrator on a current U-M human subjects project you need to know what's changing - not only to facilitate the submission of new IRB applications but also to transition your existing studies to meet the new regulations or NIH requirements, if applicable.
Join the CTSUs at the NCRC Expo Seminar Series on Wednesday, October 18, South Atrium, NCRC BUilding 10, from 11:00am-12noon
"Taking the Administrative Burden Out of Science: How Clinical Trial Support Units Provide Innovative Help to Investigators and Study Teams”
Clinical Trials Support Units (CTSUs) are extensions of various departments, which contain the infrastructure to provide high-quality clinical trials services to investigators and study teams. The team will highlight the partnership process, including how to choose a CTSU, when and how to contact the CTSUs, and all of the services that are available.
Refreshments will be served, please RSVP at https://umich.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6mVc0jE7xymHlnD
The May 2017 presented:
The Office of Research and Clinical Trials Support Office held a Department Forum on April 13.
"It is a great honor and privilege for us to introduce Anna S.F. Lok, M.D., as the 68th President of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)..."
The February Newsletter features CTSU updates, an OnCore update, and Spring Orientation for Clinical Researchers.