Research Ethics Offices are located on UBC's Vancouver and Okanagan campuses and at UBC-affiliated institutes.
Use the menu at right to contact Research Ethics Offices at the Okanagan campus or at a UBC-affiliated institute.
UBC Clinical Research Ethics Office
Room 210, Research Pavilion
828 West 10th Avenue Google Map
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1L8
UBC Behavioural Research Ethics Office
#102, Technology Enterprise Facility III
6190 Agronomy Road Campus map
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3
UBC OFFICE OF RESEARCH ETHICS
Laurel Evans, Director, Research Ethics
The Director is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring the Program for Human Research Participant Protections at the University. The position is responsible for ensuring that ethics processes and polices at the University meet local, provincial, national and international requirements.
Ph: 604-827-5113; Email: email@example.com
Dr Jeffrey Toward, Continuing Review Manager
The Continuing Review Manager serves to strengthen human research participant protections at UBC while also maintaining UBC's compliance with international, federal, provincial and institutional regulations, as they relate to the ethical conduct of research. These goals are primarily accomplished through the use of instructional resources and Quality Improvement and Compliance Reviews.
Ph: 604-827-5597; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean Ruiz, Research Ethics Analyst (*currently on maternity leave - returning August 2013)
The Research Ethics Analyst is responsible for providing policy and administrative guidance and developing and delivering educational programs in the areas of clinical and behavioural research ethics principles and processes. While Jean is on maternity leave, please contact Kirsten Bell for BREB-related queries in the aforementioned areas and Pia Ganz for CREB-related queries in these areas.
Ph: 604-827-5310; Email: email@example.com
UBC BEHAVIOURAL RESEARCH ETHICS BOARD (BREB)
Shirley Thompson, BREB Manager
The BREB Manager directs the BREB administrative porcesses and advises researchers on the BREB's policies and expectations.
Ph: 604-827-5112; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Kirsten Bell, BREB Part-Time Research Ethics Analyst
The BREB Research Ethics Analyst develops and delivers educational programs specifically in the area of social science and behavioural research ethics principles and processes and provides policy guidance to the BREB. She is generally available Wednesday-Friday.
Ph: 604-827-5310; Email: email@example.com
Nadia Rad, BREB Senior Administrative Coordinator
The BREB Senior Administrative Coordinator coordinates the review of all new applications, including renewals and amendments, and advises researchers on the BREB's administrative processes and decisions.
Ph: 604-827-5114; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UBC CLINICAL RESEARCH ETHICS BOARD (CREB)
Pia Ganz, CREB Manager
The CREB Manager oversees the functioning of the CREB staff and Board, monitors ethical review process standards, and advises on compliance with ethics policies.
Ph: 604-875-4149; Email: email@example.com
Suzanne Richardson, CREB Pre-Post Review Manager
The CREB Pre-Post Review Manager is responsible for managing the review of new full-board applications and associated deferral/proviso responses, post-approval activities, and general inquiries.
Ph: 604-875-4111 ext. 68919; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Bennett, CREB Pre-Post Review Manager
The CREB Pre-Post Review Manager is responsible for managing the review of new delegated/minimal risk applications and associated proviso responses and general inquiries.
Ph: 604-875-4111 ext. 68918; Email: email@example.com
Svitlana Franchuk, CREB Administrative Assistant
The CREB Administrative Assistant is responsible for handling incoming general inquiries, minimal risk post-approval activities, SAEs, and fee payment.
Ph: 604-875-4111 ext. 68917; email: firstname.lastname@example.org