Purpose of the Human Research Protection Program

The Marshall University Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) is a comprehensive and organized system to ensure the protection of human volunteers participating in research. The objective of this system is to assist the institution in meeting ethical principles and regulatory requirements for the protection of human subjects in research.

Ethical Principles Concerning the Protection of Human Research Participants
Written Assurance
Types of Activities Under HRPP
What Constitutes Research
Components of HRPP
Responsible Institutional Official
Organizational Structure
Responsible Individual for Implementation of HRPP
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Safety Monitoring
Systemic Budgeting for HRPP
Conflict of Interest
Participant Involvement
Investigational Product Management
Quality Improvement Program
Education and Training Program