Research Compliance Training

Research compliance training ranges from general guidelines for the conduct of ethical and responsible research to specific requirements for the conduct of research pursuant to regulations governing the subject matter, or materials used in, research (e.g., human subjects regulations, animal care regulations, chemical and biosafety regulations).  Harvard University is committed to the provision of training to faculty, researchers, administrators, and staff that is targeted to their specific research areas and research-related roles and consistent with regulatory and/or sponsor requirements.

Research compliance training offerings developed at the School or University level may be uploaded to the Harvard Training Portal pursuant to the Guidelines for Research Compliance Training and only upon completion and approval of the Research Compliance Training Checklist.

For more information regarding research compliance training, please reference the Research Compliance Training Committee page or contact the Research Compliance Training Committee Co-Chairs: Denise Moody, Senior Director of Research Compliance at FAS and Melissa Lopes, Senior Research Compliance Officer.