Please be aware that the changes to the federal regulations that govern human subjects research go into effect on January 21st, 2019. Please see our Standard Operating Procedures for this transition to see how these changes will affect your research.
Georgia Tech Student Research Participants
The Stamps Health Services (SHS) Laboratory provides professional phlebotomy services for Georgia Tech research activities. Researchers must have a current IRB-approved protocol in order to utilize these services, and blood donors must be enrolled students with Georgia Tech-issued identification.
The SHS laboratory will maintain a confidential log of donor information and eligibility to participate in the IRB approved study, date and time of phlebotomy, and blood volume drawn. The researcher will coordinate with laboratory personnel to complete and maintain the confidential log.
Other Research Participants
Concentra Health Services provides professional phlebotomy services for research participants who are NOT enrolled Georgia Tech students. Located at 688 Spring Street, Concentra is the current Occupational Health Program medical provider for Georgia Tech.