Financial Disclosure Information | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
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Beginning in May, 2016, TTUHSC requires all employees to complete annual training regarding financial conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment.  The requirement is outlined in TTUHSC's Conflict of Interest and Commitment Policy (HSC OP 10.05) Federal Regulations and TTUHSC's Financial Conflict of Interest in Research (HSC OP 73.09) policy also require training and disclosure of significant financial interests for Principal Investigators, Senior/Key study personnel and anyone involved in non-exempt research with human subjects. 

The TTUHSC institution-wide requirement for training and disclosure has been merged with the Research requirement, so those involved in the design, conduct, or reporting of research will complete a single, annual training and disclosure module to meet both sets of requirements.  

Conflict of interest and commitment training and financial disclosures are required on at least an annual basis, and within 30 days of a change in significant financial interests. 

If you have an eRaider account - the training and disclosure modules may be accessed by clicking *HERE*.  When completing the disclosure portion of the module, be sure to indicate that you ARE involved in research. 

If you are a TTUHSC/TTU student, or if you don't have an eRaider ID - please contact for training and disclosure information. 

For questions about this requirement for researchers, please contact Jennifer Board at

For questions about the institutional requirement or technical questions about completion of the training and disclosure, please contact the TTUHSC Institutional Compliance Office at (806) 743-2307, or by email at


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