PRIM&R is a place where ethics
education has a direct and immediate impact on decision and action in the real
world. Those we serve—you—are on the front lines: champions of ethical research
practices and subject protections, and incredibly important to both public
trust and research success. Our job is to provide you with the courses, tools,
and networks you need to ensure ethical practices in your research programs.
Since 1974, we have led the field in providing highly acclaimed conferences and short courses,
practical tools, and cutting-edge strategies to all those involved in the
research enterprise. As we look forward, we are eager not only to continue our
work serving those on the front lines of ethical research, but also to make our
programs more accessible to all. That's where we need your help.
As you plan your year-end charitable contributions, please consider supporting
PRIM&R's scholarship funds. A gift of any amount is an investment in ethical and responsible research.
Here’s how your gift will make an impact:
A gift to the Felix Gyi Memorial CIP® Scholarship Fund, established to honor the
legacy of Felix Gyi, an active and valued leader in the field of human subjects
protections and a key player in the foundation of the Certified IRB
Professional (CIP®) credential, ensures that those who cannot afford
to sit for the CIP® exam or to recertify can still obtain this valuable
A gift to the Joan Rachlin Scholarship Fund, established in recognition of
PRIM&R’s former executive director who led the organization from 1974 to
2014, provides support, including travel, for individuals without the financial
means to attend PRIM&R’s annual conferences.
A gift to the Pillars of PRIM&R Memorial
Fund, established to recognize
professionals who demonstrate exceptional potential for leadership and whose
work in the field of human subject protections and/or animal care and use
reflects PRIM&R's mission and core values, supports
the continued professional development of recipients through proposed research
projects or initiatives.