Tools and Services
Tools For Conducting Human Subjects Research
UNC’s enterprise solution for electronic signing of all documents and forms necessary for conducting Human Subject Research at UNC. UNC’s usage of DocuSign has been validated to be 21CFR11 compliant for FDA-regulated studies.
VoIP soft client to mask outgoing phone calls and receive phone calls while working remotely.
Interpretation and translation services for clinical research projects.
Secure web application that can be used to build and manage case report forms, surveys and other data capture mechanisms for clinical research studies.
Toolkit including content related to engagement, recruitment, data, and regulatory topics, and focused solely on research registries.
Central data repository containing clinical, research, and administrative data sourced from the UNC Health Care System.
Tool to explore UNC Health patient data in a de-identified environment to determine feasibility for future studies.
Tool to search free text clinical notes from the electronic health record.
Tool to help investigators develop clinical protocols with all of the elements needed for efficient scientific and ethical review by the UNC Scientific Review Committee and UNC IRB.
Toolbox that contains various resources about the recruitment, retention, and engagement of study participants and others in the community.
An initiative of the NC TraCS Research Recruitment & Retention program and serves as a friendly and comprehensive entry point for patients and community members interested in engaging with research at UNC.
Institutional and SOM research offices
- Conflict of Interest Program
- Core facilities
- IRB: Office of Human Research Ethics
- NC Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute
- Office of Clinical Trials
- Office of Sponsored Research
- Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
- Sponsored Programs Office
- UNC Health Office of Research Support and Compliance