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Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects
Phone: (603) 646-6482
Fax: (603) 646-9141
Email: cphs.tasks@dartmouth.edu
Interdepartmental Mail:
HB 6254
Address:
Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects
63 South Main Street, Room 302
Hanover, NH 03755

Upcoming Events

December 11
3 PM - 4 PM
IRB Education Session
DHMC, Borwell 758W

December 12
11 AM - 1 PM
Office Hours
GSMD Registrar's Suite, DHMC

The Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects

The Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS) is the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Dartmouth College- a federally mandated committee with the charge of overseeing institutional research projects involving human participants. The CPHS serves as the IRB for Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

The mission of the CPHS is to protect the rights and welfare of research participants.

All submissions to CPHS must be completed via RAPPORT.  RAPPORT is a web-based integrated research administration system that will manage submissions and correspondence with CPHS.  Access RAPPORT at the link below.  

RAPPORT

 

Upcoming Events and Announcements

Date Time Event Location
Aug 27, 2014 3 - 4 PM IRB Education DHMC, Auditorium A
Sep 17, 2014 3 - 4 PM IRB Education DHMC, 5A Conf Rm

Registration information for IRB Education Sessions is located on our Education page.

Announcements

1) RAPPORT is a web-based integrated research administration system that manages submissions and correspondence with CPHS.

RAPPORT must be used for all submissions, including initial applications, renewals, revisions, SAEs, protocol deviations, etc.

CPHS no longer accepts any submissions via email, fax, or Hinman.

See more information about RAPPORT here.

2) Fee changes. There will no longer be a CPHS fee for any study managed by the Office of Sponsored Projects. Research managed through the Clinical Trials Office will be subject to the updated schedule described here.

3) Commercial IRBs: The CPHS Office will accept requests for the use of a commercial IRB for industry sponsored phase 3 and 4 studies. More information can be found in the Memorandum from Martin Wybourne, Vice Provost for Research. Researchers interested in utilizing a commercial IRB are encouraged to contact Jeremy van Hoff with any questions.

4) Office Hours at DHMC will cease until further notice. As always, please contact our office by phone: 646-6482 or by email: cphs.tasks@dartmouth.edu to speak to an analyst or schedule an appointment.

Last Updated: 7/16/14