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Prior to starting an application, all Study Team members (including non UM personnel) will need to:

General Study Information
  • PI contact information
  • Faculty advisor contact info (if applicable)
  • Project title
  • Estimated start and end dates
  • Sponsor and funding information
Key Personnel
  • Contact information for all key personnel associated with study
  • Starting January 16, 2006, key Personnel must complete PEERRS certification before the application can be approved.
  • For non-affiliated investigators, provide an Individual Investigator Agreement
Informed Consent
  • Use a template when drafting your informed consent
  • Type of consent you are obtaining or waiver you are requesting
  • Related consent questions
  • See Consent Guidelines for additional guidance in completing this section
Performance Sites
  • Address information for all performance sites associated with study
  • Permission being obtained for each site
Project Abstract
  • Lay terminology/abstract level description of research
Research Design
  • Description of hypothesis/desired outcome
Significance and Benefits
  • Description of significance & benefits of research
Risk to Subjects
  • Description of risks to subjects
  • Assess minimal risk
  • Any recruitment materials, such as posters, flyers, web sites, etc.
Financial Documents
  • IDS Fee Schedule
  • GCRC Budget

Additionally, you will be asked to complete additional information regarding:
Special Considerations and Vulnerable Subjects Specific questions regarding the following in your research
  • Using deception
  • Studying minor children, prisoners, pregnant women, impaired adults
  • Studying illegal activities like drug use
  • Studying private activities like sexual behavior
  • Indicate whether or not you are requesting an exemption for this research
  • See Exemption Criteria for additional guidance in completing this section
  • Type of compensation you are providing to participants
  • Related compensation questions
  • Method of subject recruitment
  • Related recruitment questions
  • How you are protecting the confidentiality of your participants
  • Related confidentiality questions


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