Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)

Directions for Using the CITI site:

Go to the CITI website.
Click the “New Users Register Here” link.
Under “Select your institution,” select Ithaca College.
Create your own username and password.
Select theappropriate Learner Group (see below).

Who Must Take the CITI Certification Course?

Institutional Review Board on Human Subjects Research (IRB)

  • Faculty members applying for Delegated Review status
  • New IRB board members
  • Continuing IRB board members

Learner Groups:

  • New IRB board member:Human Subjects Research Board Member
  • Continuing IRB board member: Social & Behavioral Refresher Course
  • Faculty applying for Delegated Review: Human Subjects Research Board Member

Institutional Biosafety (IBC)

  • Allboard members
  • Students working in labs

Learner Groups:

  • Biosafety board member: Institutional Biosafety Committee Member Course
  • Biosafety students working in labs: Student Training in Biosafety

Institutional Animal Care and Use (IACUC)

  • Allboard members
  • Students working in labs

Learner Groups:

  • IACUC board member: Essentials for IACUC Members
  • IACUC students in labs: Responsible Conduct of Research and IACUC demos on specific animals

Academic Funding

  • NSF- or NIH-funded researchers
  • Participating students and postdoctoral researchers

Learner Groups:

  • NSF- and NIH-funded faculty, staff, and students: Responsible Conduct of Research and CITI Conflicts of Interest
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What is CITI Training?

The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative Program (CITI) is a leading online training program maintained by the University of Miami. It offers curricula in human subjects research, animal research, and the responsible conduct of research.

Upon successful completion, a CITI Notice of Completion will be sent to Sponsored Research to complete the certification process.