The Institutional Data and Safety Monitoring Board (I-DSMB) is a standing committee available to provide independent oversight for human research studies conducted by WFBH of WFBH-affiliated faculty.
An independent Data and Safety Monitoring Board may be needed for high-risk human research studies, for studies in which the investigator and/or the institution may have a potential conflict of interest, for studies involving vulnerable populations or for multi-site studies. I-DSMB members review on a regular basis study information pertaining especially to human subject safety and study integrity.
- The I-DSMB can provide oversight for appropriate WFBH investigator-initiated, locally conducted (single- or multi-site) clinical trials receiving NIH, departmental, or other non-industry support. The I-DSMB may also serve as the primary independent monitoring body for some trials sponsored by industry (a fee for monitoring services would be involved).
- I-DSMB members will have expertise in clinical trial methodology and conduct, epidemiology, biostatistics, ethics, and clinical research. Ad hoc members may be invited to serve on the I-DSMB based on a need for unique expertise represented by regular members.
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We especially encourage you to consider your clinical research study monitoring needs during the grant or IRB pre-submission phase of your study.
Capri Foy, PhD, Chair
Haiying Chen, PhD, Vice Chair
Nancy King, JD
Chadwick Miller, MD
Thomas Wesley Templeton, MD
Wei Lang, PhD
Xiaoyan Iris Leng, MD, PhD
Claudia Campos, MD
Mustafa Saad Siddiqui, MD
Kate Hayden, PhD
Youngkyoo Jung, PhD
Clancy Clark, MD
Ad hoc members:
- Dr. Preston Miller
- Dr. Marina Nunez
- Dr. Jeffrey Rogers
- Dr. Brian Strittmatter
Ex officio (without vote) members:
- Joseph Andrews, Director, PhD, MA, CIP Regulatory Affairs and Research Integrity Office
- Richard Weinberg, MD, Gastroenterology, IRB Executive Chair
- Brian Moore, MS, Director of IRB and Human Research Protection Program
- Issis Kelly Pumarol, MD, Research Subject Advocate