Human Subject Research

Research is a broad spectrum that includes biomedical, social behavioral, educational, community-based, and basic science.  Regulations and guidelines govern the research process; thus, thorough knowledge of policies and procedures at every stage are essential.  The education and training programs at Augusta University enables you to master practical aspects of research conduct and management with regards to application, compliance, and impeccable study data.  The practical components of the education and training certificate programs include study design, planning, implementation, data analysis, regulatory guidelines, standard operating procedures, and ethical considerations.  The curriculum is overseen by an advisory board of directors, managers, and experts from all ancillaries affiliated with the research process at Augusta University.  Courses are taught by working professionals with many years of practical experience and expertise.  The courses also meet continuing education requirements for research professionals.


Human Research Academy 

100 Series Beginning Monday, April 25, 2016 through Friday, April 29, 2016 - Agenda Schedule provide the details of each session.  Classes will be held at the New Ronald McDonald House in the Mills Community Room located next to the Jennings Building.

200 & 300 Series Beginning January 6, 2016 - Course Catalog and Course Schedules provide the details of each session.  Classes will be held in the Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D., Library on the Health Sciences Campus in AB-108 (unless indicated otherwise) from 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.