Biospecimens Today & Tomorrow
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Biospecimens Today & Tomorrow gives a practical look at compliance under today’s regulatory framework and that proposed by the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to the Common Rule, which attempts to address the dichotomy between the increasing power of biospecimen research and the respect due to those who contribute the biospecimens.
About the Webinar
This webinar explains how to comply with current biospecimen requirements and how such compliance may change if the proposed changes to the Common Rule are implemented. The following will be addressed:
- The definition of human subject relating to biospecimens
- IRB review of biospecimen collection, distribution, and research
- Biospecimen activities that are exempt
- Biospecimen consent requirements and elements
- Data security standards applied to biospecimens
- Return of clinical results from biospecimens to individuals
About the Speaker: Mitchell E. Parrish, JD, RAC, CIP
Mitchell is VP of Regulatory Affairs. He has served in-house and outside counsel roles as a consultant to the National Cancer Institute, as a regulatory counsel to a large central IRB, and as an associate attorney at the global law firm K&L Gates. He is a frequent speaker and published author on clinical trials topics. He is a member of the Washington and Oregon State bars and Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society; is a Certified IRB Professional (CIP); and has his Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC).
Continuing Education Credits
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