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IRB-HSR > Special Issues > Human Research Activities Performed at Other Institutions

 

 

 

 

 

 

Human Research Activities Performed at Other Institutions

Background

Any human subjects research conducted in whole or in part outside of UVa facilities must be reviewed and approved by a UVa IRB prior to initiation if it satisfies any of the following criteria.

  1. It is conducted by or under the direction of UVa personnel in connection with his or her UVa responsibilities.
  2. It uses UVa property, facilities, or resources to support or carry out the research.
  3. The name of the University of Virginia is used in applying for funds (intra or extramural).
  4. The name of the University of Virginia is used in explanations and/or representations to subjects.
  5. The investigator plans to use his/her University of Virginia association in any publication or public presentation resulting from the research.
  6. Non-public information from UVa will be used to identify or contact human research subjects or prospective subjects.

IRB Approval of Non- UVa Institution

The researcher will need to obtain approval from the Non-UVa IRB in addition to the UVa IRB for any research done at a Non- UVa Institution. Please contact the IRB to determine which IRB's templates should be used for submissions.

*Taken from UVa IRB-HSR Research Guidance