Links to resources such as the Office of Human Subjects Protection, Food and Drug Administration, and ICH E6 Good Clinical Practice Efficacy Guidelines.
Supporting investigators conducting research requiring IND/IDE application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
UTHSC’s committee assisting in protecting the rights and welfare of human participants involved in research activities.
Ensuring the proper care, use and humane treatment of animals used in research, teaching and training at UTHSC.
Reviewing UTHSC research activities utilizing recombinant DNA (rDNA) and other biohazardous materials to ensure appropriate best practices are used.
UTHSC compliance with federal regulations governing the transmission of certain information, technologies, and/or commodities to foreign nationals in the U.S or to anyone overseas.
Promoting regulatory compliance in a manner that eases the burden on researchers, while providing health and safety at UTHSC and in the community.
Responding to allegations of research misconduct brought against UTHSC faculty and staff involved in the design, conduct or reporting of research.
Promoting commercialization of UT intellectual property, encouraging an entrepreneurial culture, contributing to state and regional economic development.