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REKS Summer Series Webinars: Remote Informed Consent

Date Wed, Jul 28
Time 12: 00 PM - 1: 00 PM
Location Zoom


The GHUCCTS Regulatory, Ethics, Knowledge & Support (REKS) is hosting a summer webinar series on "Pathways to Decentralized (Virtual) Clinical Trials". The fourth session will feature Dr. Stephen Hansen who will discuss "Remote Informed Consent".

Stephen Hansen has been involved with biomedical research in academia and the biotech industry since 2000.  He earned a Ph.D. in neurochemistry from Oregon Health and Science University in 2008. This was followed by a research scientist position at the University of Utah Hospital's Department of Clinical Neuroscience.  In 2013, Stephen joined the FDA as a Consumer Safety Officer, predominantly conducting inspections in the BIMO and Biologics arenas.  In 2019, he accepted a position as a first-line supervisor in OBIMO's Division II.  Stephen has experience both conducting and supervising FDA inspections of clinical investigators, sponsors, non-clinical laboratories, IRBs, and PADE/REMS firms.

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