The Behavioral/Applied Clinical Sciences Laboratory consists of designated space for faculty and graduate students to conduct clinical research involving human subjects. There are rooms to conduct research protocols as well as rooms for large and small group meetings.
The Behavioral/Applied Clinical Sciences Laboratory includes:
- A large, state-of-the-art conference room for group meetings and conferences
- A smaller conference room for group meetings, focus groups and other small group research activities
- An intervention room
- A clinical measurement room to conduct research protocols
- A waiting area for study participants
Contact the Office of Research & Scholarship at CON-ORS@email.arizona.edu for access to the Behavioral/Applied Clinical Sciences Laboratory. Evidence of human subjects approved and required training are needed for access.
- All personnel requesting access to the Behavioral/Applied Clinical Sciences Laboratory are required to maintain current CITI Training, COI Training and HIPAA Training.
- If the researcher is using blood or body fluids or other potentially infectious material in their research, Bloodborne Pathogen/Infection Control Training must be completed.
- Upon completion of all training, either email or give hard copies of all certificates to the Office of Research & Scholarship.