Use of Human Subjects in Research

Policy number: 
13.004
Policy description: 

The University of North Texas is committed to safeguarding the rights and welfare of human subjects involved in research studies in order to minimize the risks to human subjects, ensure that all human subjects are fully informed about the research and any related risks, and ensure equity in the selection of human subjects.  UNT recognizes and accepts responsibility, which is shared between the institution and its research investigators, for determining that research involving human subjects fulfills the ethical principles set forth in applicable federal regulations, state and local laws, and institutional guidelines.

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Policy owner: VP for Research and Innovation
Policy contact: 
Jamie Peno
Director, Office of Research Integrity and Compliance
Division for Research and Economic Development
Applies to: 
Faculty, Staff, Students, All University
Date Issued: 
Thursday, September 1, 1983

Last updated: 

Date: 
2011-09-22
Action: 
Revision
Comments: 
Revision structurally mirrors the new policy developed for UNT-Dallas and approved by General Counsel. Effective 9/22/2011.
Date: 
2005-01-01
Action: 
Revision
Date: 
2002-07-01
Action: 
Revision
Date: 
1998-11-01
Action: 
Review without revision
Date: 
1994-08-01
Action: 
Revision