Research involving human participants, animals or biological
materials should be based on a fundamental moral commitment to the individual
or animal concerned. The research should also result in advancing human
welfare, knowledge and understanding. It is a universal requirement mandated by
all research bodies that all institutions should establish an Ethics Committee
to monitor research activities.
Anyone employed in Mochtar Riady Institute for Nanotechnology
(MRIN), Universitas Pelita Harapan (FK UPH), Siloam Hospitals who intends to undertake a research or teaching
project involving any form of human participation or animal studies has an
ethical responsibility toward the subjects of that project. This includes
research carried out on MRIN premises or conducted elsewhere.
The MRIN Ethics Committee is the body that reviews and approves
such projects to ensure that the ethical responsibilities are appropriately
addressed in the project. Their review is based on details provided by the completion
of an ethics application for research involving human subjects or animals.
The following guideline is prepared to assist Researcher/
Principal Investigator (PI) to outline the submission requirements for full or
expedited review of new protocols and modification to an approved protocol. As
an ethics conduct has to be maintained throughout a study, this guideline
describes procedure for additional report mechanism after a protocol is