Truth in Advertising: Disclosure of Participant Payment in Research Recruitment Materials
Luke Gelinas co-authored the article Truth in Advertising: Disclosure of Participant Payment in Research Recruitment Materials in the journal Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science.
Integration Update: Expanded FAQ for Advarra Merger Efforts
The following FAQ expands upon previous FAQs we’ve published and provides additional insight into the integration process.
Mobile Apps: Considerations for Use in Research Involving Human Subjects
Robert Neff and Michele Russell-Einhorn discuss considerations and issues research professionals should be aware of when developing research projects that involve mobile apps.
International Research and Research Ethics Review
Clinical research continues to grow throughout the world, with researchers looking outside the US for new and diverse subject populations to help develop and improve investigational therapies. Lauri Carlile, VP of Operations at Advarra, discusses the basics of ex-US research ethics review for US-based researchers.
Clinical Research Acronyms and Abbreviations You Should Know
New to clinical research? Learn the meaning of common industry acronyms and abbreviations including eCRF, IIT, PI, TMF, and more.
Integration Update: Revised FAQ for Advarra Merger Efforts
Since November 2017, the Advarra team (formerly Chesapeake IRB and Schulman IRB) has been working to integrate our process and policies. We are committed to being transparent throughout this integration, so we've assembled the following FAQ to keep you updated.
Lessons from the Trenches: Avoiding Common Legal Pitfalls in International Research
Emily Chi Fogler and Andrew Rusczek, attorneys practicing at Verrill Dana, LLP, discuss common legal issues for institutions and companies participating in international research.
A Framework for Ethical Payment to Research Participants
Luke Gelinas co-authored the article "A Framework for Ethical Payment to Research Participants" in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Schulman IRB and Chesapeake IRB Merger and Integration: What You Need to Know
Chesapeake IRB and Schulman IRB are merging under the new organizational name, Advarra. This FAQ addresses commonly asked questions about this merger.
Shifting Sands: The Complexities and Uncertainties of the Evolving US Regulatory, Policy, and Scientific Landscape for Biospecimen Research
Michele Russell-Einhorn co-authored Shifting Sands: The Complexities and Uncertainties of the Evolving US Regulatory, Policy, and Scientific Landscape.
Changes to NIH Policy for Issuing Certificates of Confidentiality: What You Need to Know
NIH’s policy for certificates of confidentiality changed so that CoCs are automatically issued for all NIH-funded research that uses sensitive information.
Informed Consent in Research and Individuals with Impaired Decision-Making Capacity
This blog outlines the principle of equitable selection and the requirement for additional safeguards for certain vulnerable groups.