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“Research is based on the same ethical values that apply in everyday life, including honesty, fairness, objectivity, openness, trustworthiness, and respect for others.” On Being a Scientist: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in Research: Third Edition (2009)

Clinical and Human Subjects Research Compliance (OCHSRC) is a unit of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. The goal of this program is to confirm an accurate account and consistent institutional performance of study progression conducted in accordance with an Institutional Review Board (IRB)-approved protocol. This program is also designed to help Principal Investigators, research teams, and UIC in preparation for external audits by funding, regulatory, and accreditation agencies.

Clinical and Human Subjects Research Compliance will ensure UIC Researchers are meeting UIC Federal-wide Assurances and Research Best Practices by:

  1. Monitoring and assessing research protocols and research study activities, including adherence to IRB approved activities, data integrity, and ethical review and compliance issues
  2. Ensuring compliance of clinical trials with Good Clinical Practice guidelines, and, as relevant, with UI Health research guidelines and policies
  3. Identifying and implementing educational and training opportunities for investigators and research staff

Clinical and Human Subjects Research Compliance is also responsible for monitoring compliance with requirements for investigator-initiated studies conducted at UIC.

This includes:

  1. Identifying and helping resolve issues with currently registered records
  2. Assisting with registering new studies on
  3. Assisting with submitting results for applicable studies
  4. Consulting with faculty and staff regarding related questions

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1737 W. Polk St., 310 AOB, MC 672, Chicago, Illinois 60612