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To ensure that investigators take training in the protection of human subjects.
NIH sets policies for human subjects research according to federal law 45 CFR 46, Protection of Human Subjects. All NIH-funded domestic and international grantees conducting human subjects research must comply.
If your grant application includes human subjects research, you must comply with human subjects requirements. Once awarded, NIH considers your institution engaged in human subjects research even if another institution performs the human subjects activities for you.
Grantees: Contact the program officer or grants management specialist listed on your Notice of Award.
For questions about using OHRP's electronic submission system, contact your regional or country coordinator.
For questions about training in the protection of human subjects, contact Ann Devine, 301-402-5601.
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NIAID Human Subjects Application and Grant Handbook
Human Subjects questions and answers
Human Subjects Research Requirements SOP and other Human Subjects SOPs
NIAID Human Subjects Resources portal
Policy & Guidance OHRP
Protecting Human Research Participants
Requirement for Education on the Protection of Human Subjects—Frequently Asked Questions, NIH Web page
Research Ethics Training Curriculum from Family Health International
Responsible Conduct of Research: Training
Trans NIAID Clinical Research Toolkit
Last Updated September 25, 2013
Last Reviewed September 25, 2013