Texas A&M San Antonio Appoints Christopher Herring To Institutional Review Board As Bexar County Representative


Christopher Herring was appointed to the Texas A&M San Antonio IRB. The board’s responsibility is to review the plethora of university research projects. The IRB reviews human subject research projects according to three principles: first, minimize the risk to human subjects (beneficence); second, ensure all subjects consent and are fully informed about the research and any risks (autonomy); third, promote equity in human subjects research (justice). All human subjects research (including but not limited to recruitment) must be approved by the IRB before commencing. The IRB typically approves projects for one year, thereafter conducting annual reviews. The IRB aims to assist investigators develop and implement practical strategies and solutions that uphold the protection of research subjects rights and welfare.

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