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Single IRB Policies for NIH Grantees Coordinating Multi-Site Research

September 2020

If the NIH funds even one site in an applicable multi-site study (also referred to as cooperative research), the NIH expects all other sites using the same protocol will rely on a single IRB. This article summarizes the NIH single IRB policy, including the policy goals, IRB models, potential exceptions, and a list of resources with more information.

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Data Resources from NIH’s All of Us Research Program

August 2020

At the end of May, NIH announced that a beta version of the All of Us Researcher Workbench was available for researchers to begin using through the Program’s Research Hub. In this article, learn more about the initial All of Us dataset and a suite of custom tools available to approved researchers.

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Bolstering Research on Chemical and Physical Exposures and Cancer

July 2020

Humans are exposed to a wide variety of chemical and physical agents throughout the course of their lives. These agents can have profound effects on human health, including cancer. Read how EGRP is committed to supporting the study of chemical and physical agents and their contribution and effects on cancer risk.

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COVID-19 Data Resources for Population Scientists

June 2020

In this article, we highlight research tools for population scientists interested in COVID-19-related data, including open-access data sources, compendiums of survey tools, and upcoming events.

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