The University of Kansas Medical Center participates in annual reporting of conflicts of interest in order to comply with Federal regulations and Kansas Board of Regents' policy and to ensure the integrity of our research programs. KUMC encourages innovation by faculty and staff to fulfill our mission of delivering new knowledge and biotechnologies for public benefit. Conflict of interest oversight contributes to our unquestioned commitment to scientific objectivity and to the safety of our research volunteers as we develop potentially profitable discoveries.
eCompliance has migrated its URL to a new address:
https://ecompliance.ku.edu also posted on the HRPP Web pages. This change has affected some previously issued system-generated emails, and you may be routed to a page indicating "access denied.
The recommended method to update your favorite or saved website is to
•1. clear your cache / browsing history
•2. go to https://ecompliance.ku.edu
•3. save it in your favorites bar or list
Save the Dates!
Cookies and Compliance, a 4 part series to highlight various compliance areas, will be presented in February 2014 on 4 consecutive Thursdays from 1-2 pm in Wahl West auditorium.