What kinds of studies are common at UAB?

What kinds of studies are common at UAB?

Institutional Review Board (IRB) FAQs What kinds of studies are common at UAB?

What kinds of studies are common at UAB?

Researchers at UAB conduct many different kinds of studies that involve human subjects. Some are biomedical; that is, they involve tests of medical treatments, drugs, or medical devices. These studies are usually conducted at one of the hospitals or clinics associated with UAB. Others are social or behavioral, such as studies in education, health promotion, and psychology. These studies may be conducted in schools, hospitals, or a variety of other places. Because there are so many different studies at UAB, it's important for you, as a participant, to understand what to expect from any study you might enroll in.

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