What is a Federal Contract? A federal contract is a mechanism through which the federal government can fund research and development projects, as well as service and procurement actions. Federal contracts require a high degree of oversight, frequent reporting, specific deliverables, and strict adherence to their terms and conditions, which include clauses from the Federal Acquisition […]
Three-day introductory course to the conduct of human subjects research at Washington University in St. Louis which delivers an overview of research ethics and the research process from study origination through project close-out. Visit the Necessary Elements webpage for more information.
The Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) provides a cohesive and supportive infrastructure to foster clinical research training and career development for predoctoral students, house-staff, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. Visit the ICTS CRCT website for more information.
The Good Clinical Practice Certification is designed to give the researcher a basic understanding of the regulations and requirements for research using investigational (not approved by FDA) drugs or devices. This Certification is valid for three years, and can be earned by successfully completing one of the following options in Learn@Work: Complete a CITI GCP […]
CITI offers the following trainings to anyone with a WUSTL Key: Initial Human Subjects Education Refresher Human Subjects Education Good Clinical Practice (GCP) required every three years See the CITI Program quick guide for step-by-step guidance on creating an account, taking a course, and transferring training from another institution. Visit support.citiprogram.com for additional information on completing […]