As an application requiring MyAccess authentication, iRIS (eProposal and IRB) will be inaccessible during this downtime. However, this migration event does not impact the iRIS system itself. iRIS users who are still logged into iRIS when MyAccess is taken down can continue to work in the system as long as their session remains active.
On Tuesday, November 1st, 2016, UCSF implemented a new research fee schedule in APeX. In order to help you budget your studies, a subset of the “Top 500” most commonly used items and related CPT codes is now available in the following locations:
This bulletin includes an important announcement about charges for clinical research-related activities at UCSF.
The HRPP office has several job opportunities. Help us improve patients’ access to cutting edge research studies by working closely with physicians, scientists and study coordinators from UCSF and with staff from the IRB to facilitate the review and approval of human research applications.
The iRIS platform is being upgraded with new features and better functionality for our researchers.
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.