NIH now requires researchers to submit data management and sharing plans with their grant proposals, which Data Services offers expertise on. Please visit Data Services at NIH Data Management and Sharing Plan Support page or contact email@example.com to schedule a consultation. Please also visit this link for guidance and FAQs.
Prepare for the IRB and COI Office Closure over the Holidays
In accordance with the JHU 2022 extended university holiday closure, the Homewood IRB and COI Office will be closed from Monday, December 26, 2022 to Monday, January 2, 2023, and re-opening Tuesday, January 3, 2023. As these dates are fast approaching and so we may all celebrate the holiday season, we ask you to please be aware of […]
Update on Delayed Review Times
We recently hired new IRB staff, but due to the previous staffing shortage we are continuing to work through a backlog of new and further study action applications. Please expect a continued, temporary delay in review time and plan accordingly. We understand that this may cause an inconvenience. Thank you again for your patience and understanding. Please contact HIRB@jhu.edu for immediate […]
Delayed Review Times
PLEASE NOTE: Due to a temporary staffing shortage there is a backlog of new IRB applications and further study actions awaiting review. A delay in review time is expected to continue in the next weeks. We understand that this may cause an inconvenience. Please plan your IRB submissions to allow for additional review time. Thank you for […]
eHIRB Application Video Tutorial
Please find the eHIRB tutorial video for JHU affiliates here . This tool is intended to assist the Homewood IRB research community in completing an eHIRB application for IRB review.
Important Message From Interim Dean Toscano: Regarding Human Subjects Research
Dear Homewood IRB Investigators, Across the university, efforts are underway to consider the re-opening of human-subjects research activities. It is important that you begin to formulate your plans for the return of non-COVID-19 related human-subjects research. The date when restrictions for human-subjects research will be lifted is unknown at this time; however, IRB researchers and […]
Research preparedness: Human subjects. We are now in Phase 3 as of March 22 .
Please see the following link for the latest information: https://hub.jhu.edu/novel-coronavirus-information/research-preparedness/research-preparedness-human-subjects/
Research Participant COVID-19 Risk Information Documents
For studies that will continue, there is a risk information document that we believe researchers should use with the following protocol (COVID risk research sheet 03152020 Final). Research teams should attempt to contact all participants before their scheduled research visit to provide them this information about COVID-19 risks. When participants arrive for a research-related visit, […]
JHU COVID-19 Requirements for Visits by External Monitors and Site Initiation Visits
Johns Hopkins University is postponing all external monitor onsite visits for clinical research protocols until at least April 20th. We will inform the research community if the date for this policy needs to be extended. All site initiation visits (SIVs) must take place remotely effective immediately and until at least April 20th. Onsite SIVs for […]
Coronavirus and Johns Hopkins Human Subject Research
As we make decisions on how to respond to the COVID-19 infections we want to begin by stating that our primary concern is the safety of our research participants and the research team members who work for Johns Hopkins University and Health System. Our secondary goal is to preserve the scientific integrity of the research […]