Posting Open Studies Looking for current open health research studies? Click here. Posting your IRB-approved study can help potential research subjects find your study. Posting Instructions Individual research teams can add their IRB-approved studies to this website. However, some groups have a designated staff member who enters all the studies into the system. To avoid duplication, contact your department administrator. If you encounter a system problem or concern, please email RecruitmentHelp@urmc.rochester.edu. NOTE: RSRB and WIRB have stated that IRB approval of listings of clinical studies on the internet is not required when the information provided is limited to basic study information, such as: the title; purpose of the study; protocol summary; basic eligibility criteria; study site location(s); and how to contact the site for further information. For more information, please visit the FDA website. The start and end study listing dates can be the entire duration of the study (not just the approved yearly dates). Check back periodically to this site to update/edit your trials or studies. Consider adding an item reminder to your computer’s task list or to your personal calendar. How to Post Your Study on the URMC Health Research Website Log in to the Clinical Trials Admin website (use your HRMS credentials). Select “Add Study” for a new study. Complete all fields with an “*.” Save your study (certain fields have to be entered in order to save your study; a quick worksheet of these fields is located here). If your study is ready to be posted to the public site, check, “Ready to list on web,” AND uncheck, “Trial in draft mode.” Your study will be reviewed by the Website Administrator, who either will release the study to the public site or contact you with questions. Once you receive the automated “confirmation” email, you can look at your study on the Health Research Website. How to Edit Your Study on the URMC Health Research Website: Log in to the Clinical Trials Admin website (use your HRMS credentials). Select “Edit” (pencil) next to the study you want to edit. Update the fields that have changed. Save your changes. These changes are now live. Questions? Click here for Frequently Asked Questions If you encounter a system problem or concern, please email RecruitmentHelp@urmc.rochester.edu. The Mentor Development Core is part of the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Click here for the CTSI home page. Research Help is the home for tools and resources to help research teams reach their goals. Click here for Research Help. NIH Funding Acknowledgement ** Important ** All publications resulting from the utilization of CTSI resources are required to credit the CTSI grant by including the NIH FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.