IACUC applications move to Click April 30

Projects involving animals must be approved by IACUC in advance. In the past, the Animal Use Form (AUF) was used to document and apply for IACUC approval. Starting April 30, 2018, MSU will use Click research compliance system.  TRAINING:  Researchers and others with projects involving animals are encouraged to participate in an webinar to learn more.  Tuesday, May 8, 2018 from 9-10:00 am Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 1-2:00 pm The IACUC move to Click follows the successful...more

Introduction to IRB CLICK software - New training dates!

Researchers with human subjects projects have several opportunities to learn about the IRB module of MSU's new research compliance system, ClickTM.  Learn more at      Video Recording of Click Intro of IRB Module (42 min)  Hands-on Computer Lab Assistance: During the following times, investigators can use available computers or their own device to...more

New Compliance Management Suite Coming!

The Office of Regulatory Affairs is launching a new web-based system for Institutional Review Board (IRB), Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), and Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) compliance. The new system will streamline the creation, submission, and review of applications and protocols for researchers and reviewers. In addition, it will provide improved security and transparency for compliance processes, and allow researchers to better track approved documents. The...more

Selecting New Training System

A selection committee comprised of representatives from EHS, IRB, Animal Care, IPF, IT, and Purchasing have reviewed proposals from 6 training system vendors. Each will have an opportunity to demonstrate their products online this month. We want your input!  Please consider viewing the demos online. You'll have an opportunity to enter feedback during the events. Thinking Cap - Tue Aug 15, 2017 9am – 11:30am EDT Inquisiq - Tue Aug 15, 2017 1pm – 3:30pm EDT Litmos - Wed Aug...more

Register for NIH clinical research training series

The Introduction to Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR) weekly video training series is once again being offered by NIH. The series runs from September 12, 2016 - April 14, 2017. Course registration is now open to doctors, nurses, project managers, students, and all those interested in clinical research. See the IPPCR Flyer.pdf provided for more information. Choose Michigan State University, Human Research Protection Program as your remote-site coordinator (as shown below...more

Register NOW! Viewing Information in KC

The registration for Viewing Information in KC eCourse is now available. This eCourse is suggested for Faculty and Department/College Research Administrators, however it is available to all users. To register please complete the request access to Viewing Information in KC You will be notified via email once the request has been processed more

NIH Online Clinical Research Training

It's not too late to grab a great opportunity to learn clinical research from the experts at NIH. Once again, MSU is serving as remote host for NIH's Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical esearch (IPPCR) course.  Who: Physicians, scientists, medical students, nurses, public health professionals, and all other health professionals planning a career in clinical research will benefit. Topics: A comprehensive range of topics and speakers are offered each month. See the IPPCR...more

EHS Training combined with Animal Care, Human Subjects, etc.

Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) courses are now in the Regulatory training system (  You can still use course links on the EHS website as they pass you to the system's MSU NetID login.  This all started July 31st as part of a collaboration to combine required training under a single secure portal.  Some changes for safety trainees: Online course completions are automatically recorded in the system. You no longer need to complete a registration form at...more

Update your CITI Programs account with email

Single-sign-on (SSO) allows you to login to using your MSU NetID and password.  You must update your CITI Program account with your email address. SSO will not work with other versions (e.g., recommend merging previous accounts to include in your MSU login when prompted. Benefits:  One less account login and password to remember! If you are already logged into another MSU system with your NetID, you will be automatically...more