HUA IRB publishes a monthly newsletter. Highlights from the January 2022 edition are: ESTR Unavailable January 13 - 14, IRB Office Remote Again, PIPL Data Considered Sensitive, Changes to Documentation for GDPR, Exculpatory
The Undergraduate Research Training Program (URTP) is a comprehensive platform to create better prepared undergraduate researchers. As part of the program, in-person training sessions are held at various dates throughout the academic year. The in-person training sessions are an alternative to the standard online CITI training. The sessions have been developed with students in mind: they are 90 minutes in...
HUA IRB publishes a monthly newsletter. Highlights from the November 2021 edition are: PIPL - New Information Posted, URTP - What You Need to Know, URTP In-Person Training Dates, Recruiting from Harvard Guidelines, ESTR Not Available this Weekend, Principal Investigator Eligibility
All Fall 2021 “in-person” sessions will be held by Zoom. Follow the links below to the Harvard Training Portal to sign up for a session. Sign up will close one business day before the session and a Zoom link will be sent by email to all confirmed attendees at that time.
Date: October 27, 2021 (Wednesday) Time: 4:30-6pm Location: Zoom (link to follow)
Please sign up for the October 27th training by clicking ...
HUA IRB publishes a monthly newsletter. Highlights from the October 2021 edition are: Who is an Agent of Harvard?, Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), What it Means to Be a Faculty Sponsor, What's New on Our Website, Coercion and Undue Influence
HUA IRB publishes a monthly newsletter. Highlights from the September 2021 edition are: New GDPR Document - Just Released, What's New on Our Website, What to Know When Your Harvard Research Study Will Involve MGB, DoD Research Regulations
According to the Harvard Research Data Security Policy (HRDSP), when a data plan is assessed by an Information Security Reviewer, an expiry date will be assigned to each submission in the Research Safety Application (also known as the “Safety” tab). Accordingly, researchers are responsible for renewing their data plan before the assigned expiry date.
Recently, the IRB office has been seeing researchers confuse the renewal of their data plan...