Protocol Submission


eIACUC

Training is not required but is highly recommended. Please reach out to your assigned RPA, if you would like to set up a help session. There are multiple mechanisms for training ranging from instructional videos and job aides to in-person training and help sessions. Please click on the panels below for more information. Please visit the eIACUC project page for more information.

eIACUC solution uses your Emory University NetID and Password. If you do not know your University NetID or Password, please contact the ServiceDesk at 404-727-7777 and they can provide the information.

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Research Protocol Analysts (RPAs) 

A-M - Jessica Goldman (jbgoldm@emory.edu)

N-Z - Ayalnesh Shiferaw (ashifer@emory.edu)

RPA in training - Surinder "Sohni" Gill (skaur@emory.edu)
RPA in training - Vidal Leon (vleon3@emory.edu)

Contact us at iacuc@emory.edu

Phone number: 404-712-0734

New Emory University Personnel Without a Valid University NetID

After you attend employee orientation, you can obtain an Emory NetID. Once you have an Emory NetID, please follow the instructions above in the Established Emory Personnel section. If you are in the process of being hired as an Emory employee and do not yet have your NetID please DO NOT request a sponsored account. Please contact your HR department and have them start the process for creating your university NetID. Once the university NetID has been created please follow the instructions above in the Established Emory Personnel section.

New Principal Investigators

Contact the IACUC Office at iacuc@emory.edu to schedule the initial meeting with the Director to review the nuts and bolts of the Emory IACUC. 

IACUC Protocol New Submission Checklist and Guidance

Non-Emory University Personnel

If you are not an Emory University faculty, staff, or student, and you need access to eIACUC, you will need to request a sponsored account. Once you have a sponsored Emory University account, please follow the instructions mentioned above.

In order to obtain a sponsored account (the first step in getting access) the principal investigator of the protocol, one of the study coordinators or someone else on the PI's staff will need to sponsor the account (the sponsor must be a full-time Emory employee). Once the account is established, the sponsor will receive your account information to send to you. More information and instructions about Sponsored Accounts and who is eligible may be found on Emory Service Now.

For contact purposes we will use your Emory email account. If you do not wish to use your Emory account, please contact the Emory University Helpdesk at 404-727-7777 and they can provide instructions on how to forward your Emory email to another address.

Unaffiliated IACUC Members (also known as community members) will be sponsored by the IACUC Office.