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Research Integrity Officer - Dr. Howard Grimes, grimhowa@isu.edu


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CITI Training

CITI stands for Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative. CITI started in 2000, as a collaborative effort to develop a web-based training program for university personnel and students. It now serves institutions worldwide, and covers a variety of research topics.

Who Needs to The Take CITI Training

ISU researchers may be required under several circumstances to take one or more of the CITI training modules. Specifically, such circumstances include:

As used above, the term “researcher” includes not only PIs, but any faculty, student, technician, and/or support staff who directly interacts with the research subject as part of their project duties. It would not include someone who simply performs a statistical analysis of de-identified data.

Even if not required, faculty/researchers may wish to take the “RCR Course” mentioned above, for their own professional development.

Basic CITI User Information


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