Responsible Conduct of Research Training is required for most federal grants. Training for RCR is taken through CITI. You may add the applicable course based on your research project. For example, a human subjects study will require RCR for the behavioral sciences.
CITI Training Instructions can be found here.
The IRB reviews all proposed human subjects research in which the institution is engaged involving:
1. Intervention or interaction with human subjects
2. Collection of identifiable private data on living individuals
3. Data analysis of identifiable private information on living individuals
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The IACUC oversees the use of all vertebrate animal use sponsored by any unit of UW Stevens Point. A vertebrate is defined as any mammal (non-human), cold-blooded animals such as fish, reptiles and amphibians, and live eggs from birds, reptiles and other embroys therein.
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The IBC is charged with reviewing and monitoring all research and teaching activities by faculty, staff, and students that utilize biological infectious agents, toxins of biological origin, human or nonhuman primate products, and recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules.
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