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Responsible Conduct of Research
 
Oklahoma State University subscribes to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) as a component of our education efforts in the responsible conduct of research. The online training program consists of several training courses from which you should choose the one most appropriate to your field or discipline. Refresher Courses are also available. Courses include instructional material, suggested readings, and short quizzes. You must earn a cumulative score of 80% to pass/complete a course. Quiz results are recorded and provided to you and to the Office of University Research Compliance.
 
If you have never created an account through CITI, please follow the instructions below to register as a new user. Go to the CITI website https://www.citiprogram.org/
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Biosafety

A safe and healthful environment is the product of responsible institutional leadership. National codes of practice foster and promote good institutional leadership in biosafety. 

Biosafety Training

Radiation Safety

The Radiation Safety Office assists other campus clients who are authorized by the office to conduct activities involving radioactive materials and/or use machines which produce ionizing radiation by (among other things):
  • Helping to ensure the safety of our clients, other campus personnel, and the general public
  • Providing guidance to our clients on how to accomplish their research goals while adhering to federal and state regulations
Radiation Safety Training

Laser Safety

OSU policy requires faculty, staff, students, post docs, visiting scientists, or other personnel planning to use Class 3b and/or Class 4 lasers to obtain prior approval from OSU’s Laser Safety Officer. Training and laboratory inspections are prerequisites to this approval. Laboratory inspections are conducted by OSU’s Laser Safety Officer. 

Laser Safety Training

Conflict of Interest

Objectivity in the conduct of research, the freedom to disseminate ideas through publication of research results, the protection of the rights and interests of research participants, maintenance of public trust, and the ability to ensure that our responsibility to our students and trainees is not compromised are critical to these institutional values. Relationships with industry and other outside entities, while important to the support and advancement of research, can present special challenges in protecting these institutional values.

CITI Program

Policy - Animal Use in Research

All research, teaching, and testing activities involving live, vertebrate animals must be approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). Information provided on this site is designed to help you gain that approval.

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

Policy - Human Subject Research

This web site is provided by the Office of Research Compliance to assist OSU faculty, staff and students involved in research using human subjects in meeting the basic requirements and procedures that arise from these ethical principles and the resulting regulations.

Institutional Review Board

 

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