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The Productive Scholar: Effective Tools to Navigate the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Process

Topic: Effective Tools to Navigate the Institutional Review Board (IRB) ProcessPS-Ferguson-Dadas
Speaker: Andrea Ferguson-Dadas

Time: Thursday, November 13, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Location: New Media Center (NMC), 130 Lewis Library, First Floor

Lunch will be provided. To register for this session: http://bit.ly/PS-IRBF2014
(Registration is not required for attendance, however refreshments may be limited.)

No post-session documentation of this presentation will be provided.*

An Institutional Review Board is responsible for the protection of the rights, privacy and welfare of all participants in human subjects research. Guided by federal regulatory requirements, the IRB has the authority to review, approve, modify or disapprove research protocols submitted by Princeton faculty, staff and student investigators. This session will introduce key ethical principles, critical elements of IRB review, components of the IRB operations and review processes, as well as tips for successful IRB application.

Andrea Ferguson-Dadas is Assistant Director of Research Integrity and Assurance where she oversees the Princeton Institutional Review Board and Human Research Protection Program (HRPP).  Andrea has over 20 years of research and regulatory experience and has worked for notable institutions such as the Centers for Disease Control, Columbia University, Yale University School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University, and elsewhere. She has developed and managed at least ten University Institutional Review Boards, education programs; QU/QI programs; and information technology support programs for various HRPP organizations and as a President and Chief Consultant at IRB Advisors, Inc. Andrea holds degrees in Social and Behavioral Sciences and Bioethics.

*In keeping with Research Integrity Assurance guidelines for external educational presentations, this Productive Scholar presentation was not documented. However, if  you would like to attend education sessions offered by the Human Research Protections Education Program, or you have questions regarding human subjects research guidelines and regulation and/or the University’s Institutional Review Board, please go to RIA’s Human Research Protections homepage for more details and IRB Staff contact information.

The Productive Scholar: Introduction to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Successful Review Processes

Topic: Introduction to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Successful Review Processes
Speakers: Andrea Ferguson-Dadas and Gloria Gaines164455698(1)

Time: Thursday, March 13, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: HRC Classroom, 012 East Pyne, Lower Level

Lunch will be provided. To register for this session: http://bit.ly/IRB-RIA
(Registration is not required for attendance, however refreshments may be limited.)

An Institutional Review Board is responsible for the protection of the rights, privacy and welfare of all participants in human subjects research. Guided by federal regulatory requirements, the IRB has the authority to review, approve, modify or disapprove research protocols submitted by Princeton faculty, staff and student investigators. This session will introduce key ethical principles, critical elements of IRB review, components of the IRB operations and review processes, as well as tips for successful IRB application.

Gloria Gaines, Compliance Administrator (RIA), serves as a resource to faculty, staff, and students providing guidance on regulatory/compliance matters, facilitating the research compliance program in accordance with federally mandated regulations and Princeton University’s policies.

Andrea Ferguson-Dadas is Assistant Director of Research Integrity and Assurance. She oversees the Institutional Review Board and for over 23 years has conducted research at the Centers for Disease Control, Columbia University, Yale University School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University, and elsewhere. She has also administered over nine University Institutional Review Boards, education programs; Quality Improvement programs; and information technology support programs for the Human Research Protection Program enterprise at Rutgers (UMDNJ) University. Andrea holds degrees in Social Sciences and Bioethics.

In keeping with Research Integrity Assurance guidelines for external educational presentations, this Productive Scholar presentation was not documented. However, if  you would like to attend education sessions offered by the Human Research Protections Education Program, or you have questions regarding human subjects research guidelines and regulation and/or the University’s Institutional Review Board, please go to RIA’s Human Research Protections homepage for more details and IRB Staff contact information.