The Office of Research Compliance ensures IU conducts its educational, research, and clinical activities in a manner that is consistent with regulatory, statutory, and organizational requirements. This collaborative effort throughout the entire IU community is designed not only to achieve compliance, but also to establish the highest ethical standards governing pre-clinical, clinical, and research activities.
The mission of the Office of Research Compliance is to provide exceptional support for IU's research community in order to catalyze research productivity and protect the institution and its research community from risk.
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Effective February 23, 2017, the Human Subjects Office (HSO) has released several Updated IRB Processes and Procedures, which include enhancements to KC IRB. These changes are the result of recommendations by two research community working groups, as well as feedback received from investigators, accreditation site visitors, and external auditors. The release includes a new submission process for reportable events as well as the consequent retirement of two related IRB forms, publication of three new guidance documents for investigators, revisions to several KC IRB questionnaires, and revisions to the IU Standard Operating Procedures for Research with Human Subjects (IU SOPs).