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Health Media Lab provides IRB assurance for the international projects of The World Bank, The Palladium Group/Futures Group, Mathematica Policy Research, UNICEF, Deloitte India, The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), FHI 360, The QED Group, ARCHIVE Global, Population Reference Bureau, Millennium Challenge Corporation, A2F Consulting, and many other small organizations and independent investigators. We have also conducted annual and ad hoc IRB reviews for over 20 of our own NIH-funded research projects since 2000.
We will be glad to provide references on request.
Health Media Lab’s Institutional Review Board has received re-authorizations since 2000, and is registered with the US Department of Health & Human Services; Office of Human Research Protections; (IRB # 00001211, Federal Wide Assurance # 00001102, IORG #0000850) to review research involving human subjects conducted or supported by the DHHS, or other federal departments or agencies that apply the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects (the “Common Rule”). Please view our renewable IRB Registration, valid through March 2017, here.
D. Michael Anderson, Ph.D., MPH,
IRB Chair & Human Protections Administrator
Penelope A. Lantz, JD, General Council & Health Law
Bradley Cooke, Ph.D., Behavioral Neuroscience Research
Alison Corbacio, MA, International Measurement & Evaluation
Jennifer Crumlish, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology Research
Jennifer Cuthill, MBA, Social Marketing Evaluation
Valentina Di Gregori, MD, MSc, Epidemiology & Public Health
Farah Farahati, PhD., International Health Economics Research
David Goehl, JD, Business Development Evaluation
Robert Gold, Dr.PH, Epidemiology & Health Behavior Research
Mary Harris, Ph.D., Health Behavior & Disease Prevention Research
Constance Newman, Ph.D., Statistics & Agricultural Evaluation
Jeffrey Pagel, MS, (PhD candidate), International Economics
Arthur Rubens, Dr.PH, Health Administration Research
Felice Wagner, JD, Legal Ethics Evaluation
Health Media Lab’s IRB meetings are held ad hoc in our Farragut North Office:
1101 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036 USA
About Health Media Lab’s Institutional Review Board
Health Media Lab’s IRB follows rules and guidelines contained the USDHHS Code of Federal Regulations for the protection of human subjects (45CFR46), and The International Compilation of Human Research Standards of over 1,000 laws, regulations, and guidelines governing human subjects research in 107 countries, plus standards from several international and regional organizations. We also follow the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) IRB Guidebook, and the Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research from the The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research (the Belmont Report). For more information we suggest you visit these US Government Website links.
About Health Media Lab
Health Media Lab provides expertise in a variety of public health concerns including human subject and data protection, disease prevention, health education, health law, consumer advocacy, survey research, data analysis,
plus online education and professional certification.
Health Media Lab has incorporated Accel e-Media.
You will find all of Accel e-Media’s course offerings here at Health Media Lab.
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