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Health Science Campus

Mail Stop 1020 | Location: CCE 2102
Phone: 419.383.4252
ResearchAdmin.HSC@utoledo.edu

Main Campus

Mail Stop 218 | Location: R1 2200 & 2300
Phone: 419.530.2844
ResearchAdmin.MC@utoledo.edu

IRB - Biomed

Phone: 419.383.6796
IRB.Biomed@utoledo.edu

IRB - SBE

Phone: 419.530.6167
IRB.SBE@utoledo.edu

IACUC & IBC

Phone: 419.383.4251
Elaine.Joseph@utoledo.edu

Research Compliance

Research compliance covers a wide range of areas ensuring that UT research are conducting research in responsibly and ethically. In addition, we also ensure that UT adheres to specific regulations governing a variety of types of research (e.g. human subjects and animal research).

Animal Care and Research  

ANIMAL CARE IN RESEARCH

If you research involves the use and care for animals, you will find the follow two departments helpful.

Human Research Protection Program

HUMAN SUBJECTS IN RESEARCH

Research involving human subjects has specific requirements and regulations regardless whether it is a simple survey or a clinical trial. The following departments can assist you through this process.

Research Safety

RESEARCH SAFETY

Safety in research is of paramount importance at The University of Toledo. If you are doing research that involves working with radioactive or bio-hazardous materials, you will need to work with the following departments to ensure compliance with UT safety policies and federal regulations for handling these materials.

Controlled Substances

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES IN RESEARCH

Researchers who obtain, store and utilize controlled substances in their research MUST comply with all relevant State and Federal regulations, including all of UT's policies and procedures related to work with these substances.

Export Control at UT

EXPORT CONTROL

Research subject to laws that regulate how technology, data or materials are physically or electronically shared or transported should work with our Export Control office to ensure regulatory compliance.

Research Integrity 

RESEARCH INTEGRITY

The University of Toledo Research Integrity Program ensures that researchers, staff and students are provided the tools necessary to conduct research ethically and responsibly and to ensure that allegations and investigations of research misconduct conducted in accordance with UT policy and applicable regulations.

Compliance Staff

COMPLIANCE STAFF

Please contact us about any questions you may have concerning your research and compliance with the appropriate regulatory controls.

Last Updated: 10/29/18