TAG ARCHIVES FOR IRB

29
Mar2022

Have you ever heard the phrase "proper preparation prevents poor performance?" That refrain echoed in my mind as I enjoyed three AER21 sessions on implementing OHRP and FDA regulations. In each session, the presenters dismantled any fear I had surrounding interaction with regulatory entities by offering rubber-meets-the-road application of regulatory requirements and resources to be properly prepared. Read more

22
Mar2022

Ensuring that women are represented in research studies and in science fields is an important part of advancing science and ensuring that women justly benefit from research. Research done using only male animals during preclinical trials and predominantly male subjects in human clinical trials leads to knowledge gaps that negatively impact women’s treatment and health outcomes. In recognition of women’s history month, we're highlighting some PRIM&R resources that explore the importance of considering sex as a biological variable and shifting to appropriate sex balance in research studies. Read more

17
Feb2022

While the emails I'm getting from various organizations imply that 2022 will be a return to travel and hotel conference centers, many conferences—including the 2022 PRIM&R Annual Conference—will continue to have a virtual conference option. After a full year of attending virtual conferences, I'd like to reflect on what worked for me and what didn't. Read more

17
Nov2021

I like to joke that I've been on "all sides of the research endeavor." I've done bench science, social science, and research administration. While I've been involved in research ethics in various capacities over the years, this will be my first chance to attend (albeit virtually) PRIM&R's Advancing Ethical Research Conference, and I couldn't be more excited to have the chance to write about it as part of the Blog Squad. Read more