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Federal regulations require that research involving human subjects or human-derived data or tissues be reviewed by an Institutional Review Board. At Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory the IRB is the Human Subjects Committee (HSC). Here is a copy of our charter and our federalwide assurance with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Human Research Protection (OHRP). Here is further guidance from from the Dept. of Energy's Human Subjects Protection Program on the need for IRB/HSC review of energy use research that impacts human environments in any way. The HSC meets monthly to consider human subjects protocols, consent forms, recruitment flyers, etc. Researchers seeking approval of research involving humans and/or human-derived materials should begin the process well in advance of when such approval is needed for grant initiation or conducting research. It will be necessary to submit multiple forms for each type of protocol listed below. All protocol information must be submitted in the HARP system. To access this system, please complete this form and send it as an email attachment to [email protected]  Please complete all the information requested in this HARP Account Request Form for each person listed on the protocol, including the protocol lead investigator. All personnel who will be a part of the research must also submit the form and appropriate training certificates to be added to the protocol.

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