UIC is a website of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Central IRB (CIRB). NCI CIRB is the record-breaking IRB, which is responsible for verifying the study and verifying local context issues for participating websites. Local policy, conflicts of interest, HIPAA authorisation and subsidiary commission authorizations remain the responsibility of the iRB (UIC). When submitting, you will see a confirmation page, if not, the IRB did not receive the request. Step 1: Send renewal documents to the relevant co-operative group when requested. The CIRB sends the authorization agreement to the signatory indicated on the electronic signature registration document via DocuSign. NCI CIRB will inform the study team of the changes made to the overall study. Once the requirements have been verified, Emory will issue a confirmation letter and change the status of the study to eIRB to «Active.» Please report all of the above to CIRB directly. You will find the requirements in the standard operating procedures CIRB (CIRB STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES, TITLED UNANTICIPATED PROBLEMS AND SERIOUS OR CONTINUING NONCOMPLIANCE).

Changes that must be verified only by Emory IRB: Eligible studies from the National Cancer Institute are sent to the NCI CIRB for IRB verification. The following standard requirements for the UIC, regardless of the type of submission: Step 2: Registration of an IP for access to NCI CIRB Studies Signatory electronically signs the authorization agreement, then it is automatically forwarded to NCI. The approval agreement is concluded between the CIRB and the ICCI signatory institution and defines the division of powers. The NIC verifies and signs the authorization agreement electronically and a fully executed copy is sent to the signatory and all key contacts of the signatory institution. NCI CIRB is the Central Institutional Review Board of the National Cancer Institute. For more information, please visit here`s website here: National Cancer Institute – Central IRB Website NCI will inform you if CIRB will be included IRB for a specific study. Studies and related documents approved by NCI CIRB will be made available to participants on the NCI CIRB website.