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Research Education and Training

UMBC is charged with and committed to the education of faculty, students and staff in research regulatory requirements. This effort is accomplished through web-based training modules, workshops and class presentations to meet the needs of the research investigators.

Animal Care and Use Training

 

Who needs it?  

All personnel listed on an Animal Use Protocol

Must be completed every three years

 Format  (CITI)            

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Biosafety Training

 

Who needs it?  

All personnel listed on an IBC registration

Must be completed every year

 Format  (CITI and Webnet)            

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Conflict of Interest Training

 

Who needs it?  

Personnel identified as “investigators”  PHS

funded awards

Must be completed every four years

 Format  (CITI)            

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Lab Health and Safety Training 

 

Who needs it?  

All persons who may be exposed to or work with chemicals or hazardous materials

Must be completed every year

 Format  (Webnet)            

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Export Control Training

 

Who needs it?  

All persons whose research activities that may be subject to U.S. export control regulations

Must be completed every two years

 Format  (CITI)            

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Human Participant Use Training

 

Who needs it?  

All personnel involved in human subjects research

Must be completed every five years

 Format  (CITI)            

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Occupational Safety and Health Training

 

Who needs it?  

All personnel listed on an Animal Use Protocol

Must be completed every year

 Format  (CITI and Webnet)            

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Responsible Conduct of Research Training

 Who needs it?  

Student and postdoctoral researchers working on an NSF or NIH-sponsored projects

Must be completed every three years

 Format  (CITI)            

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The ORPC conducts scheduled “in-person” sessions to explain how to register and access these training formats. Please click here for the current schedule.

Other UMBC research training opportunities and information