Blog RSS Blog.

Topic Archives: Human Subjects Research & IRBs

07/08/2016

President Obama’s 1-million-person health study kicks off with five recruitment centers

Full Article

06/24/2016

First CRISPR Human Clinical Trial Gets a Green Light from the U.S.

Full Article

05/25/2016

Despite Pressing Need, Survey Finds Most Americans Unlikely to Enroll in Clinical Trials

Full Article

05/12/2016

For cholesterol study volunteer, an unsettling discovery in a Science paper: herself

Full Article

07/10/2014

Did Facebook and PNAS violate human research protections in an unethical experiment?

Full Article

04/02/2014

Guidance published on informing study participants about findings with potential health implications

Full Article

03/03/2014

Women Still Left Out of Medical Research: Report

Full Article

08/26/2013

Reporting to NIH on Race and Ethnicity of Clinical Research Participants

Full Article

03/20/2013

Stanford bioethicist speaks out about layers of stem cell regulations

Full Article

This entry was posted in Human Subjects Research & IRBs and tagged . Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

03/07/2013

Time to ditch stand-alone stem cell oversight panels, experts say

Full Article

This entry was posted in Human Subjects Research & IRBs and tagged , , . Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.