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All investigators and staff involved in the design, conduct, or reporting of human subject research conducted at the University of Miami or Jackson Health System must complete the CITI Course in the Protection of Human Participants in Research. Training must be completed every 2 years. For more information, please go to http://www.citiprogram.org.

The Human Subject Research Office also offers a series of educational activities on a monthly basis at the Medical Campus and on a quarterly basis on the Coral Gables Campus. Please check our News and Events page for a list of upcoming presentations and handouts from past activities or for individual training or assistance, contact  Joey Casanova at 305-243-9232 or jcasanova@med.miami.edu.

Additionally, training is available through the Office of Research. For more information, please visit the Office of Research Education and Training website.

Upcoming Educational Activities

Upcoming Educational Activities

Please check this area frequently as we are always adding new events and activities!

In order to assist any study team members who are now responsible for entering and maintaining studies in eProst, we are offering eProst training on an as needed basis every other Thursday from 10AM-Noon. Please contact Joey Casanova at 305-243-9232 or at jcasanova@med.miami.edu for availability and to reserve your spot for the next session.

If you would like to schedule a training session with the Human Subject Research Office, please contact Joey Casanova, CIP, Associate Director for Educational Initiatives and Community Outreach at (305)243-9232 or at jcasanova@med.miami.edu.

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