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Aaron Kirby, MSc

The Harvard Clinical & Translational Science Center

Aaron Kirby is the Director of Regulatory Affairs Operations for the Regulatory Foundations, Ethics and Law Program at Harvard Catalyst. In this role, Aaron leads the establishment of multiple Regulatory working groups and ensures effective collaboration within Harvard Medical School and its affiliates. He also works closely with SMART IRB leadership to identify, develop, and disseminate resources with a focus on improving the efficiency and integrity of Reviewing IRBs and Relying Institutions. Aaron has led regulatory knowledge initiatives related to research ethics, data safety and quality, protection of human subjects, and education outreach.

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Leveraging IT Insight in IRB Review

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Discusses why technology-based expertise is critical to human subject protections and how to add IT insights to IRB review.

Leveraging IT Insight in IRB Review

Biomedical (Biomed) Comprehensive

CME/CEU

This course provides an expansive review of human subjects research topics for biomedical researchers.

Biomedical (Biomed) Comprehensive

Social-Behavioral-Educational (SBE) Comprehensive

CME/CEU

This course provides an expansive review of human subjects research topics for social-behavioral-educational researchers.

Social-Behavioral-Educational (SBE) Comprehensive

IRB Member – Biomedical Focus

CME/CEUNew

Provides foundational training for IRB members involved in the review of biomedical human subjects research.

IRB Member – Biomedical Focus

IRB Member – Social-Behavioral-Educational Focus

CME/CEU

Provides foundational training for IRB members involved in review of social-behavioral-educational human subjects research.

IRB Member – Social-Behavioral-Educational Focus

IRB Member – Biomedical and Social-Behavioral-Educational Combined

CME/CEU

Provides foundational training for IRB members involved in the review of both biomedical and social-behavioral-educational huma...

IRB Member – Biomedical and Social-Behavioral-Educational Combined