The responsible conduct of research involves the review of the rights of human and animal research subjects prior to the participation in research activities at the University of Michigan. Compliance includes human subjects review and protections, training for responsible research ethics complicance (PEERRS), animal care compliance, material transfers agreements and data use agreements.
Human Subjects Protection- UM-Flint Institutional Review Board (IRB) website, consent templates, IRB meeting schedule, etc.
Animal Care Compliance- University-wide Animal Care and Use Program
PEERRS Certification- 7 modules: Conflict of Interest, Research Practice Foundations, Research Administration, *Human Subjects Biomedical & Health, *Human Subjects-Social & Behavioral, Authorship, Export Controls (* If you will submit an IRB application you must complete one of the Human Subjects Protections modules before you can receive approval). access PEERRS
eResearch- online application system for IRB (Regulatory Mangement login) or for Grant submision (Proposal Management)
UM Policy Documents/websites