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GENERAL INFORMATION

FOR RESEARCHERS

FOR IRB MEMBERS

LINKS

Guidance documents from Marquette's IRB

Deidentifying Study Data

Use of Online Surveys for Data Collection

Genetic Testing in Research

General

Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) - office of the federal government that oversees regulations related to research involving human subjects

45 CFR 46 - federal regulations governing human research protections

FDA regulations - any research studies involving the testing of medical devices or drugs in humans will be subject to FDA regulations

FERPA - federal law that controls the confidentiality of, and access to, student education records.

HIPAA - regulations surrounding the privacy and use of medical records

Wisconsin Department of Corrections - The Research Review Committee (RRC) reviews all unsolicited research proposals submitted to the DOC regarding the use of employees, inmates, youthful offenders, parolees or probationers as human subjects of the research

Milwaukee Public Schools- research review process for any research occurring in an MPS school

 

Marquette

MU FERPA information

MU HIPAA information

Qualtrics- online survey software

Online Survey review group - Surveys with 100 or more total Marquette students, employees, or alumni as participants must be approved in advance.

Survey research using Marquette students - Collection of information from students on campus by the use of questionnaires, surveys and other collection techniques.

Electrical Equipment Safety Testing - required for IRB reviewed studies using electrical equipment other than computers

Device Safety Advisory Board

Students Conducting Class Projects

 



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Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Research Compliance, in cooperation with and in support of the Institutional Review Board, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, Radiation Safety Committee, and Institutional Biosafety Committee, is to facilitate safe and ethical research conducted by Marquette faculty, staff and students in the areas of human subjects, animal subjects, radiation safety and biosafety.