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New Requirements for Clinical Trials: What You Need to Know

New Requirements for Clinical Trials: What You Need to Know

New expanded legal policies from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and National Institutes of Health regarding registering and reporting results of clinical trials as well as funding and training will apply to many clinical trials that were not previously under any formal obligations. This article outlines what you need to know and a town hall meeting will be held October 27 to clarify details of the policies and answer any questions. 

Testing New Ways to Enroll At-Risk Populations in Clinical Research

Testing New Ways to Enroll At-Risk Populations in Clinical Research

A new award from the HIV Vaccine Trials Network will allow investigators to evaluate whether the computer tablet-based health survey “e-screening” tool, Promote Health, will help recruit and retain high-risk individuals into an HIV prevention clinical trial. 

The Legacy of Tuskegee

The Legacy of Tuskegee

Forty-six years have passed since the whistle was blown on the Tuskegee syphilis experiment for its unethical treatment of poor Black men in Alabama, but a research suggests its the study has had long-lasting effects on the health of Black and African American men. 

Find Research Participants Using Tools on the New Health Research Website

Find Research Participants Using Tools on the New Health Research Website

The UR CTSI offers many resources for investigators who conduct research involving human subjects, including access to local and national research participant registries. These online databases help match investigators with healthy volunteers and patients with specific illnesses who are interested in participating in clinical trials.  

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