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[News from the Offi]


From the Office of Research Integrity

Update: See revised iRIS implementation and IRBWise closeout dates below.

Dear Colleagues,

The Office of Research Integrity is pleased to announce the implementation of the new protocol management system, iRIS. The new system will replace IRBWise on Aug. 30, 2013. A link to the new system will be available on the Human Subjects (IRB)<http://ursa.research.gsu.edu/ursa/compliance/human-subjects/> webpage on the same date.

Please be advised that the new system is currently not supported by Internet Explorer. You must use Firefox, Chrome or Safari.

IRBWise will no longer be available for use on Aug. 23, 2013 at 5 p.m.

All active studies in the IRBWise system will be migrated into the new system, iRIS. Please click the following link for information on training for the new system - http://researchapps.gsu.edu/irb/index.html.

The IRBWise program is experiencing operational difficulties including slow operation and the system is crashing frequently. If possible, you are encouraged to submit your studies and amendments when the new iRIS system becomes operational Aug. 30. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to implementation of the new iRIS system.



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