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PEERRS Training Requirements

U-M Affliiation Training required if you are... Training Course
U-M Faculty 
(including those with an official U-M appointment of Adjunct or Emeriti)
Listed as an Investigator (PI, with effort, without effort) on a U-M research project with sponsored funding1 Research Administration
Listed on a Technology Control Plan (TCP) as the PI, Responsible Faculty Member, Other Investigator, or Participant Export Controls
Interacting with the human participants of a U-M human research study or working with the participants' identifiable data or biospecimen, or overseeing those who do.  May be listed on the U-M IRB application as:
-- Principal Investigator
-- Co-Investigator
-- Faculty Advisor
-- Research Staff
-- Study Coordinator
-- Biostatistician
Human Subjects Research Protections, or accepted equivalent

Engaged in U-M research or scholarship activity, regardless of internal or external support.  Examples include:
-- publishing activities (review examples)
-- oral or poster presentations of research/scholarship
-- collection and analysis of data, information, biospecimens, or records 
-- Inclusion as personnel on a U-M research or scholarship grant/award with sponsored or internal funding
-- development and/or leadership of U-M research or scholarship centers that generate new knowledge, research or scholarship
-- media contributions
-- creative expression/performance and visual arts activities (review examples)

- OR -

Assigned the course based on your U-M jobcode

Responsible Conduct of Research & Scholarship

U-M Student or Trainee Listed as U-M Sponsored Investigator on a sponsored project proposal or sponsored award Research Administration
Listed on a Technology Control Plan (TCP) as a Principal Investigator, Other Investigator or Participant Export Controls

Interacting with the human participants of a U-M human research study or working with the participants' identifiable data or biospecimen. May be listed on a U-M IRB application as:
-- Principal Investigator
-- Co-investigator
-- Research Staff

- OR -

Required to complete human research protections education as part a U-M academic course

Human Subjects Research Protections, or accepted equivalent

Engaged in U-M research or scholarship activity, regardless of internal or external support.  Examples include:
-- publishing activities (review examples)
-- oral or poster presentations of research/scholarship
-- collection and analysis of data, information, biospecimens, or records 
-- Inclusion as personnel on a U-M research or scholarship grant/award with sponsored or internal funding
-- development and/or leadership of U-M research or scholarship centers that generate new knowledge, research or scholarship
-- media contributions
-- creative expression/performance and visual arts activities (review examples)

- OR -

Assigned responsible conduct of research (RCR) training as part of a U-M school/college RCR curriculum

Responsible Conduct of Research & Scholarship
U-M Staff  Listed as an Investigator (PI, with effort, without effort) or as "Other Non-Faculty" on a U-M research project with sponsored funding1 Research Administration
Listed on a Technology Control Plan (TCP) as Other Investigator, Participant, or Unit IT Manager Export Controls
Interacting with the human participants of a U-M human research study or working with the participants' identifiable data or biospecimens. May be listed on a U-M IRB application as:
-- Research Staff
-- Study Coordinator
-- Biostatistician
Human Subjects Research Protections, or accepted equivalent

Engaged in U-M research or scholarship activity, regardless of internal or external support.  Examples include:
-- publishing activities (review examples)
-- oral or poster presentations of research/scholarship
-- collection and analysis of data, information, biospecimens, or records 
-- Inclusion as personnel on a U-M research or scholarship grant/award with sponsored or internal funding
-- development and/or leadership of U-M research or scholarship centers that generate new knowledge, research or scholarship
-- media contributions
-- creative expression/performance and visual arts activities (review examples)

- OR -

Assigned the course based on your U-M jobcode

Responsible Conduct of Research & Scholarship
Non-UM/External Research Collaborators
(including visiting faculty/scholars without an official U-M appointment)

Interacting with the human participants of a U-M human research study or working with the participants' identifiable data or biospecimen.  May be listed on a U-M IRB application as:
-- Other
-- Research Staff
-- Co-Investigator

Human Subjects Research Protections, or accepted equivalent

1 This training requirement does not apply to Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) Agreements in which U-M personnel are assigned to external agencies.

Blue info iconThe table represents the minimum training requirements as set by U-M regulatory compliance programs and central offices (e.g., Export Controls Program, HRPP, Research Integrity, and ORSP) based on specific research activities and project roles.  U-M units may require their faculty. staff, and students to complete of any of these courses for the purposes of general education on research compliance.