TAG ARCHIVES FOR research funding

13
Feb2015

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup explores ethical issues related to the conduct of research in resource-limited settings and reproducibility, as well as issues related to the development of Ebola treatments. Read on to find out more and discover what’s happening in the world of research ethics and oversight.

A Failed Trial in Africa Raises Questions About How to Test HIV Drugs: Donald J. McNeil Jr. reports on a clinical trial that was recently halted in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Uganda in this article for The New York Times. The failed trial, which sought to evaluate [...] Read more

30
Jan2015

It has been a busy few weeks in the research oversight field with the release of a much anticipated Institute of Medicine report on data sharing and a new bill that seeks to overhaul drug and device development. Explore these and other stories below. HHS, Research Community Debate Informed Consent Policy: This piece from Kaiser Health News explores some of the various viewpoints surrounding the changes proposed by the Office for Human Research Protections in their “Draft Guidance on Disclosing Reasonably Foreseeable Risks in Research Evaluating Standards of Care." Read more

2
Jan2015

U.S. Urged to Clarify Extent of Funding Moratorium on Risky Virus Research:

Researchers are pleading with the US government to clarify the details of a recent moratorium placed on funding projects that show potential risks due to the use of certain viruses. Concerns include confusion on the specific viruses and experiments covered by the new policy. A statement released by the National [...] Read more

7
Feb2014

by Meryn Robinson, education and membership services
 
Trying to stay toasty and stave off the arctic chills that keep blowing through the United States? Grab a mug of something warm and dig into some of the research ethics news that is making headlines this month.
 
 
18
Jan2014

by Avery Avrakotos, Education and Policy Manager, and Meryn Robinson, Educational Program and Membership Services

Technological advances, the growing need for comparative effectiveness research, an increasing demand for data transparency, and the continued globalization of the research enterprise were among some of the issues that human subjects protections professionals grappled with in 2013. For those involved in animal care and use, the year marked a continuation of efforts to educate the public about the value of animal research. As we reflect on 2013, and look ahead to what 2014 will bring, we are pleased to share with you a collection of Ampersand posts that reflect some of the year's major events, both for PRIM&R and [...] Read more

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