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DOE Protecting Human Research Subjects Newsletter - Spring 2009
This edition of Protecting Human Subjects focuses on issues related to the evolving understanding of regulations designed both to protect human subjects and encourage research.
See previous issues.
Paid Studies Draw More Interest in Sour Economy
FDA Stinks at Policing Conflicts
FDA: Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research
The Minimal Impact of a Big Hypertension Study
Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement – Is it Human Subjects Research? Quality assurance and quality improvement programs are intended to help institutions evaluate and improve the quality of their human research protections program.
Deafness Cause Pinpointed by Genetic Discovery
Drug Maker to Report Fees to Doctors
Monoclonal Antibodies Come of Age
Searching for Clarity: A Primer on Medical Studies
The Incredible Journey Taken by Our Genes
Arlene Lennox, Medical Physicist at Fermilab, Retires
Dr. Arlene Lennox retired in April 2008. She was considered one of the world’s leading experts in neutron therapy.
Award Winning Website
The DOE Protecting Human Subjects Web site earned the Award of Quality from the Volunteer Public Relations Society of America annual awards gala on April 10, 2008.
Human Subjects Working Group Meeting
Dec. 1, 2007; Boston, Mass. View the agenda and presentations.
Child stem cell recipient heads home
Collapse of a Cholesterol Drug
Welcome to Our New Web Site
Featuring a new look, improved navigation, and expanded content!
Content reviewed: November 19, 2012