The policies and guidance put forth by the OSU Human Research Protection Program borrow extensively from the best practices of a variety of academic institutions, reflect the advice received from federal regulators, and are informed by input from leaders in research ethics. The information provided on this site builds on ideas freely shared between institutions and exists because of the generosity and collegiality demonstrated by the community of professionals who work in the field of human research protections.

Principal Investigators and Study Team Members
Funding
Data Security
Informed Consent
Reporting Requirements
For Participants