RCS Quarterly Update: January 2016

RCS launches updated Initial Review Application

The Research Compliance Service (RCS) team is pleased to announce the launch of an updated Initial Review Application for proposed research involving human subjects. The prior version of the Initial IRB Application will be accepted through April 6, 2016. Please continue to visit the RCS website for the most current versions of forms and up-to-date information when preparing submissions to RCS for IRB review.

Website updates

RCS has updated its website in an effort to make it more user friendly for researchers. Content and materials will be updated and enhanced on an ongoing basis so check back regularly for the most up-to-date material.

RCS staff pass the CIP examination

RCS is proud to announce that Mary Hanabury and Christina Spicer have passed the Certified IRB Professional (CIP) examination. Overseen by the international organization Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R), CIP credentialing helps promote ethical research practices and programs by ensuring individuals working with IRBs display advanced level knowledge, understanding, and experience in the area of human research protection. Congratulations to Mary and Christina!


Research Compliance Services
Research Compliance Services supports and protects the interest of the University, faculty, staff, students and research subjects in research compliance matters.

Phone: (541) 346-2510          E-mail: ResearchCompliance@uoregon.edu