Yes. Training is an important part of the Human Research Protection Program at Brandeis, and we are pleased to offer a convenient, customized online training program through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative.
Undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are required to complete the online CITI training program prior to the Institutional Review Board's review of their protocol.
I’ve already completed CITI training for another institution. Do I need to repeat it before I can do research at Brandeis?
Yes and no. If you have completed the CITI training for another institution, go to the CITI training site and change your affiliation to Brandeis University; any portions of your previous training that overlap with the Brandeis training modules will be noted as "complete" and you will not be required to complete them.
Not formally, but HRPP staff are available to visit undergraduate and graduate classes and provide information to students regarding human subject research and the IRB review process.
Additionally, the HRPP staff hold opens office hours on Zoom every Thursday morning from 10:00-11:00.
Finally, the HRPP staff are always available to answer any questions you have. Contact us at 781-736-8133 or email@example.com with questions or to set up a time to meet individually.
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