Which entity has regulatory authority for the protection of human subjects for PHS-funded research?
C: Institutions that receive federal funds
The correct answer is option A.
OHRP has regulatory authority for the protection of human subjects for PHS-funded research.
OHRP is the Office for Human Research Protections. This office is within the DHHS or the United States Department of Health and Human Services. It works to deal with ethical oversight in the clinical research that is conducted by the department.
OHRP is responsible for the implementation of a set of regulations for the Institutional Review Board. The IRB mirrors the FDA regulations covering clinical research which is conducted by pharmaceutical companies along with other rules guided by the Federal Policy for Protection of Human Subjects.
The OHRP provides mandatory protection for the welfare of the human subjects that are part of any research project.
PHS funded researches:
Any research that is supported by the Public Health Service is a PHS funded research.
It includes funding from a PHS awarding component for research, through an authorized or grants authority or the PHS Ac. For instance; career development award, center grant, research grant, infrastructure award, program project, individual fellowship award, or a research resources award.