The Human Subjects Protection Program Office (HSPPO) helps to ensure that all University of Louisville research involving human participants is conducted in accordance with Federal and State regulations and University and sponsoring agency policies and procedures instituted to protect the rights and welfare of human research participants. HSPPO upholds this commitment to the protection of human participants involved in research regardless of the funding source and regardless of the location of the research. HSPPO supports two duly established and independent Institutional Review Boards (hereby referred to as IRBs), which review and approve protocols for all research involving human participants. The IRBs also serve as the University’s institutional Privacy Board.
View the online calendar for schedules related to Biomedical IRB or Social/Behavioral/Educational IRB meetings, annual AAHRPP and PRIMR Meetings, and office closings.
Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc. (AAHRPP) accreditation is a public affirmation of an organization's commitment to protecting research participants. The University of Louisville Human Subjects Protection Program has full accreditation through AAHRPP.
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