Augusta University is actively participating in ways to improve the health and lives of the people of our community, our state, and around the world. To do this, we conduct research, a great deal of which is done through clinical trials in humans (known as human subject research). There are many federal requirements that all research institutions must meet in order to conduct human subject research. At AU, we have an outstanding, dynamic, and growing group of researchers, administrators, and office staff ready to assist. Our defined strengths lie in the areas of:
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If you want to be part of a healthier tomorrow, you may begin by participating in health resources that could help you as well as future generations.
Augusta University is committed to the safety and protection of participants involved in biomedical and social research being conducted at our institution. Here’s what you need to know about how we safeguard our studies.
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