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Account Registration Form


If you are not an OHSU employee, please fill out the OHSU eIRB and eCRIS Account Registration for Non-OHSU employees to obtain an OHSU employee ID number. Once this ID number is obtained, you must come back to this page to complete the registration process.

Learn how to register for the eIRB by viewing the Registration Simulation.

   

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Hit your "Tab" button to get to each field in this registration form.

  OHSU Employee ID:

 
 

Please enter your employee id. If you do not know this number you can locate it at the top of your earnings statement. Look for “Employee No:”

 

First Name:

 

  Enter your first name as it reads on your earnings statement. For example, if you go by Bob, but your earnings statement reads Robert please enter Robert.
  Last Name:

 
 

 Enter your last name as it reads on your earnings statement.

Preferred User Name:

 
 

Please select a user name that you would like to use for this system. This can be whatever you would like (with a minimun of five characters). Once you submit this form, the system will check to see if the selected user name is available.

Email Address:

 
  Enter your preferred email address (this does not have to be an OHSU email address). You will receive email notifications generated by the system at the address you enter to the left.

As part of your research activities at OHSU you are required to complete the RCR (Responsible Conduct of Research) training and submit an annual CoIR (Conflict of Interest in Research) disclosure through the OHSU Big Brain application at http://bigbrain.ohsu.edu. In order to obtain access to your studies in eCRIS, you must also complete the eCRIS Overview module in the OHSU Big Brain application.

Notice: This is a private computer system.

All users of this system are subject to having their activities audited. Access to and use of this system requires explicit written, current authorization and is limited to purposes of the organization's business.

Unauthorized access or attempts to use, alter, destroy or damage data, programs or equipment may violate applicable law and could result in corrective action, criminal action, criminal prosecution, civil liability or a combination thereof.


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