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This procedure describes the process for requesting human pharmaceutical agents from UNC Health Shared Services Center (SSC) Pharmacy for use in animal and in-vitro laboratory research conducted and supported by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The purpose of this SOP is to establish written requirements to ensure compliance with U.S. Department of Justice requirements regarding human subjects research. This SOP specifies requirements for research supported by the National Institute of Justice and/or conducted within the Bureau of Prisons.
This SOP establishes written procedures for initiating a response to an emergency impacting the UNC-Chapel Hill Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) or HRPP operations.
This procedure explains how the University responds to allegations of Research Misconduct.
Public trust in the integrity and ethical behavior of scholars must be maintained if research is to continue to play its proper role in our University and society. While the primary responsibility for maintaining integrity in research rests with those who conduct it, the University has established standards to ensure a healthy environment for research and compliance with law.
This document sets forth the standards of research conduct expected of members of the research community at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, consistent with the Research Code of Conduct Policy.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as one of the leading public research universities in the nation, is committed to maintaining the integrity and validity of the academic research conducted by faculty, staff and students. The guiding principles and standards set forth in this policy are in alignment with the University's goal to continually improve and to maintain its status as a world-class research university attracting the best faculty, staff and students.
This Standard is meant to provide the minimum expectations for users of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Data Management System (“DMS”) for Clinical Research Administrative Data. This Standard is intended to further the University’s goals of providing DMS users with efficient and accurate administrative data and to promote legal and regulatory compliance.
This Policy is meant to describe how the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill manages Research Administrative Data for certain types of Clinical Research studies.
The standards and procedures described below provide guidance regarding expectations for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) member participation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("UNC-Chapel Hill" or "University").