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This policy outlines the responsibilities of IRB members for making known any potential or perceived conflicts of interest (COI) concerning protocols reviewed by the IRB. No IRB member may participate in the review of any research project in which they have a COI, except to provide information, as requested. It is the responsibility of each IRB member to disclose any COI related to a study submitted for review and to recuse him/herself from the deliberations and vote by leaving the room.
This SOP establishes written procedures for ensuring prompt review and reporting of any Unanticipated Problems Involving Risks to Subjects or Others, Serious Noncompliance, Continuing Noncompliance, Suspension or Termination of IRB approval.
This SOP provides examples and procedures for the reporting of Promptly Reportable Information (PRI) to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Institutional Review Board.
This SOP establishes the processes and procedures for ensuring the rights, safety, and welfare of research participants are protected when UNC-Chapel Hill shares responsibility for research oversight with another organization.
Investigators are ultimately responsible for the conduct of research. Investigators may delegate tasks to appropriately trained and qualified members of their research team. However, investigators must maintain oversight and retain ultimate responsibility for the conduct of those to whom they delegate responsibilities.
This SOP discusses rules governing investigator self-experimentation and experimentation on family members of investigators.
The standards and procedures described in this document provide guidance in documentation to all researchers and animal handlers performing duties that would normally be performed by Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM) Husbandry staff (i.e. feed, water, cage change).
This Procedure describes how to create a requisition inside of the ConnectCarolina system.
The policy establishes who may authorize purchases on behalf of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This Policy seeks to preserve the benefits of life sciences Dual Use Research of Concern (DURC) at the University while minimizing the risk that the knowledge, information, products, or technologies generated from such research could create the potential negative consequences identified in the Federal DURC Policy.