Grants and Funding
Research Involving Human Subjects

This site provides, HHS and NIH requirements and resources for the extramural community involved in human subjects research in their roles as: Applicants/Grantees, Offerors/Contractors, Peer Reviewers, Institutional Officials.


News Flash:

NOT-OD-15-015 Notice of Revised NIH Definition of Clinical Trial
October 29, 2014

NOT-OD-15-015  The revised definition clarifies the distinction between clinical trials and clinical research studies and is designed to enhance the precision of the information NIH collects, tracks, and reports on clinical trials.




Starting March 3, 2014, Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit will be available
February 27, 2014

Starting March 3, 2014, Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit will be available for successfully completing OER’s Protecting Human Research Participants on-line tutorial.  For more information visit the CME Info page.




The Bioethics Commission Released its ethical analysis and recommendations
January 23, 2014

 The Bioethics Commission released its ethical analysis and recommendations on incidental and secondary findings on December 12, 2013.

http://bioethics.gov/node/3183





Regulations, Policies & Guidance
Research with Vulnerable Populations
Research Using Human Specimens, Cell Lines, or Data
   
Human Subjects Protections Training
NIH Inclusion Policies and Procedures



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