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University Travel Policy to Ebola-affected Countries
10/6/2014

Monthly IRB- Researcher Meeting

Topic: NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy: Proposal and Protocol Requirements

 

Featured Presenters:

Brenda Ruotolo

Executive Director, HRPO/IRB

 

Stephanie Scott, M.S., CRA

Communications & Outreach Director

Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA)

 

Date: October 16, 2014

Time: 3:30 - 4:30pm

Location: Hammer Health Sciences Building, LL204

RSVP: https://calendar.columbia.edu/sundial/webapi/register.php?eventID=74461

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Policy & Guidance Refresher

September/October 2014

Principal Investigator Eligibility

The principal investigator normally must be an officer of instruction with a full-time appointment in the rank of professor, associate professor, assistant professor, or instructor or an officer of research with a full-time appointment as a senior research scientist/scholar or a research scientist/scholar, with certain exceptions described in the Faculty Handbook. Persons with appointments carrying other instructional or research titles, including those in a visiting or adjunct grade, may act as co-principal investigators with officers in one of the instructional or research grades cited above. However, they may not serve as the sole principal investigator without the approval of their department chair, director, dean or vice president, and the Provost.

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 Submitting a Protocol Maintaining IRB Approval
  • Reporting Adverse Events
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