Conducting Human Subjects Research at the UO for New Faculty and Staff

This session is designed to support new faculty and staff to the UO who have conducted or intend to conduct research with human subjects, and those who provide administrative support to researchers engaged in human subjects research. Staff from Research Compliance Services will review the Institutional Review Board (IRB) submission process here at the UO; how to maintain compliance with UO policy, state law, and federal regulations; and general tips and best practices in research with human subjects. The session will also cover frequently asked questions related to moving existing research from former institutions, and collaborative research. 

While we are not offering a session dedicated specifically to new faculty and staff, our fall session “Human Subjects Protections and Institutional Review Board (IRB) Review at the UO” will cover the same content and provide an opportunity for new faculty and staff to learn about human research subject protections at the UO and ask questions. Please join us  Friday, October 30, 12-1:30 pm

Registration is available through MyTrack or by emailing

Contact for more information or to request scheduling for this course.

1.5 hr
Faculty, PI, Staff
Attend Remotely
Content Area:
Getting Started, Human Subjects Research