The Outreach and Training unit within UCD’s IRB Administration provides training in the critical area of the protection of human research participants. This first section outlines the training requirements for investigators and research staff involved in human subject research.
- Required Human Subject Research Training
- IRB Presentations and Slideshows
Past presentations available for viewing and review
- Upcoming Training
View upcoming training topics and dates
- IRBNet Demonstration Videos
Step-by-step instruction on how to submit to the UC Davis IRB
IRB Office Hours
In order to provide UC Davis researchers the most effective and efficient assistance possible, IRB Administration is restructuring the IRB Office Hours Program. Through the month of March, IRB representatives will be available at the regularly scheduled times and locations listed below, however, researchers must schedule an appointment if they plan to attend. This will allow IRB Administration to appropriately staff the Office Hours session. If no appointment is scheduled two hours before the start time of the Office Hours session, it will be cancelled. Click here to schedule an appointment.
Starting April 3, 2017 researchers will email a consultation request to IRB Administration to schedule an appointment with an experienced IRB Analyst. The consultation will be scheduled for a mutually agreed upon time and location.
Click here to request a consultation.
As of April 3, regularly scheduled IRB Office Hours will be discontinued.
Date: Tuesdays through March 2017
Time: 12 pm to 1 pm
Medical Education Building
Computer Lab 2106
Date: Wednesdays through March 2017
Time: 12 pm to 1 pm
Online Education Resources
- Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP): Education Resources
- Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues: Bioethics Education
- NIH: Educational Materials About Clinical Trials
Questions or Concerns?
Please email our IRB Education Team or call our customer support line at 916-703-9158 if you need assistance or have questions.