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Upcoming Training Events

OHSR Compliance Monitoring Program Educational Seminar Series: Notes-to-File – How to Use Them, and How Not to Abuse Them.

When: November 15, 2017, 10:00am-11:00am

Where: East Baltimore Campus, MRB G01

Register for either here:

**This course meets the In-Person activity requirement for Principal Investigator recertification.

New Investigator’s Boot Camp 

October 19, 2017 @ 8 a.m.
Meyer 1-191 - Auditorium

The program is designed to present the basics of the operations of the JHM IRB, while also providing orientation and how-to tips for preparing an IRB application.

The agenda includes:

  • Essentials of the JHM IRB’s structure and operations
  • An overview of IRB help and other resources for investigators
  • eIRB How-To Basics: from concept to application
  • Investigator Expectations and Responsibilities
  • An “Ask the IRB” Q&A experts panel 


Training Sessions: Preparing for NIH's Single IRB Review Requirement

As of January 2018*, all competing National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant applications for multi-site research require a plan for use of a single IRB. This training will review NIH's new policy for single IRB review and its implications; discuss how JHU will address the single IRB review requirement; provide advice on how to continue to provide a safe, ethical research environment while participating in single IRB studies and offer practical tips for grant applications, including budget development. Investigators and study team members preparing grant applications subject to these new requirements are encouraged to attend one of the upcoming training sessions listed below. Please register via this link:

Session dates/times:

Monday 11/13 from 10:30 am- 11:30 a.m.
 Zayed Room 219 A

Tuesday 12/5 from 12:30- 1:30 pm
Bloomberg School of Public Health Room W4030

Thursday 1/11 from 12pm-1pm
Phipps Room 140

Tuesday 2/13 from 11am-12pm
Phipps Room 240

*January 25, 2018 is the currently proposed implementation deadline for NIH's Policy on single IRB review.