NIH Reports on Human Subjects Research
- NIH Phase III Clinical Trials Monitoring: A Survey Report (PDF) (September 1995)
- Detection and Disclosure of Incidental Finding in Neuroimaging Research (January 2005)
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Human Subjects information for specific NIH award types.
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