The UCSF IRB will be hosting open lab hours for anyone needing training in the iRIS system and general help with their IRB submission.
Starting Monday, May 9th, the UCSF IRB will begin processing Continuing Reviews upon receipt.
We are delighted to announce that the UCSF IRB has launched a new website.
Do you need help with iRIS? Open labs are now available!
For existing studies, we recommend that you do not convert to the latest version of the IRB Application form.
In response to feedback from the research community, the UCSF IRB has completely revamped its application for new submissions.
CTSI is evaluating technology services that have the potential to help clinical trials meet recruitment goals and is requesting proposals to help evaluate the online recruitment portal TrialSpark.
We are offering several upcoming education classes for researchers, staff, and students in the upcoming months.
We have updated the Key Study Personnel definition; PI eligibility guidelines for post docs, clinical fellows and residents; and JIT submission guidelines.
Join TrialSpark founders Benjamin Liu and Kit Dobyns on 11/9/15 for a demonstration of TrialSpark, a data-driven clinical trial recruitment platform.