Winston-Salem State University, through the Office of Sponsored Programs, is committed to achieving the highest standards of excellence and integrity in all its research endeavors and promoting the ethical conduct of research.
A primary goal of the Office of Sponsored Programs is to educate the Winston-Salem State University's research community about regulatory requirements and ethical standards governing research. Principal investigators are responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations and policies.
Research conducted at Winston-Salem State University is subject to a wide range of federal and state policies established to ensure ethical conduct in research. Through three key committees and related programs and activities, the Office of Sponsored Programs develops, implements and oversees university policies related to the following areas:
- Research involving Human Subjects - Institutional Review Board
- Research involving Animals - Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
- Research involving Biohazardous materials or Recombinant DNA (rDNA) - Institutional Biosafety Committee
- Export Controls
- Misconduct in Research
- Compliance with the Mandated NIH Public Access Policy
Detailed information about IRB, IACUC and IBC, as well as contact information for the Compliance Officer and some additional resources regarding compliance, is available via the links on this page.
We hope that researchers at Winston-Salem State University find this website a valuable source of information regarding compliance requirements and issues.
Office of Sponsored Programs
Room C117B, Anderson Center
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
office: (336) 750-2982
fax: (336) 750-2412