Prior to starting an application, all Study Team members (including non-UM personnel) will need to obtain either a uniqname and UMICH password (for U-M staff and faculty) or a Friend account (for non-UM personnel).
Overview Before you can submit a study application in eResearch Regulatory Management (eRRM), all required fields on the application must be complete, all Study Team members must accept their role, and the application must be complete. Complete the following procedures to ensure that the application is ready for submission:
Overview Depending on your web browser and/or printer settings, you may find that the standard Print icon on SSRS reports either does not function properly or does not display. This procedure is meant as a workaround if you are having difficulty printing SSRS reports. It can be used with any standard web browser.
Overview You can print the entire Study Application from the Study Workspace. The print version includes only the required application sections. Detail information is printed at the end of the document. You can also print individual pages of the Study Application from within the application itself. Navigation Role: All Roles > Home Workspace > Study Workspace
Overview Once a submission has been assigned for Contingency Review, Core Staff may need to reassign the review to someone other than the originally designated reviewer. Use one of the following activities (available on submissions in the Designated Reviewer Contingency Review State) depending on your situation:
The list below contains the acceptable file types to upload to eResearch. If you must provide documents that are in other file types, check if the document can be converted to one of the below formats before uploading. Notes
Since all documentation is required electronically, you may occasionally need to scan documents that you receive in hard copy. Scanning locations are located throughout all campuses, and the U-M Library supports scanning, printing, and copying. For information on purchasing a scanner contact your department computer support.
Overview Only the PI can submit a completed study application. Before submitting, all required fields on the application must be complete, all applicable members of the study team must accept their role, and the application must be moved to Ready-to-Submit. It is recommended that you run the Error Check and Application Checklist activities before submitting the application. For more information, see Preparing an Application for Submission.
Overview Only the Principal Investigator (PI) can submit a completed Participating Site Application. Before submitting, all required fields on the application must be complete. Navigation Role: Study Team Member (PI) > My Home > Participating Site workspace Step-by-Step Process After clicking the name of the Participating Site from your Home Workspace, complete the following steps:
Overview Only the Principal Investigator (PI) can submit the completed IBC Application for IBC review. Lab Personnel (e.g., Co-PI, lab manager, other lab staff) who have edit rights to the application may notify the PI that a finished application is ready for submission.