IRB Services for Federal Grants
View this info sheet to learn about Advarra’s IRB expert oversight and guidance to support your next federal grant proposal.
Planned Emergency Research: Points to Consider
Download tips and considerations for sponsors and IRBs for next research project involving exception from informed consent (EFIC)
Beginner’s Guide to Institutional Review Boards (IRBs)
In the U.S., there is an independent group overseeing clinical research, ensuring participants’ rights and welfare are protected.
What Level of Review Does Your Study Need?
In this infographic, we share useful information for investigators to know which level of IRB review likely applies to their study.
IRB Review Services for Cosmetics Research
This info sheet describes Advarra’s specialized expertise, dedicated support, and rapid IRB review timelines for cosmetics research studies
Reporting to the IRB: What Does and Does Not Need to be Reported
This white paper outlines IRB reporting requirements, why reporting is important, and what should and should not be reported.
James Riddle and Willie Muehlhausen Discuss Digital Technology and Virtual Data Collection in Clinical Research
In this episode, we discuss the growth of decentralized clinical trial technology and how IRBs evolved to account for technology advancements.
Study Startup Support Info Sheet
Advarra provides flexible solutions that help accelerate the initial IRB review process and make it more efficient.
IRB Services for Institutional Site Networks
Download this info sheet to learn more about IRB services for institutional site networks
Navigating the Ethics of Remote Research Data Collection
In this article, Luke Gelinas develops a framework to identify and address key challenges for remote research data collection.
US Medical Device Regulation 101
Speed the review process by understanding how medical devices are classified & what the IRB must review to approve device research.
FWAs Part 2: Managing a Federalwide Assurance and IRB Registration
Join Advarra’s regulatory experts in another discussion of institutional and IRB responsibilities and dig deeper into the FWA topic.