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This workshop will provide an introduction to human subjects research and the Institutional Review Board (IRB) process. Workshop participants will learn how to write a comprehensive protocol narrative and how to submit exempt and non-exempt protocols for review via the eProtocol online submission process.
With Adrienne Tanner, CIP, Assistant Director, Office for the Protection of Human Subjects (OPHS)
Open to UCB graduate students and postdocs in all disciplines.
A Zoom link will be sent upon completion of the workshop registration form.
For disability-related accommodations, please contact the Graduate Writing Center (email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>) in advance of the scheduled workshop.