Seminar/Event Detail

RMATRIX Ethics & Regulatory Informational Session: The Role of the IRB in Research

Date/Time: 29 November 2012, 10:00am - 11:00am
Speaker: Raul Rudoy, MD
Speaker Affiliation: UH-Human Studies Program, Biomedical Committee (Institutional Review Board), and Pediatrician, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children
Venue: JABSOM MEB Rm. 304
For more info: Mari Rayner, mrayner@hawaii.edu or 808-692-1825

Description: Individuals from the University of Hawaii and community who are interested in learning about the role of the IRB in research are encouraged to attend. The workshop is sponsored by the RMATRIX Research Ethics/Regulatory Knowledge & Support Key Function.

This event was broadcast live and recorded using Adobe Connect. Technical support was provided by the RMATRIX Biomedical Informatics Key Function.

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