The Institutional Research Ethics Committee of the CES University is an academic, independent body, independent of the political, organizational or commercial influence of third parties, which is in charge of safeguarding and ensuring respect, freedom, autonomy, and dignity. and privacy and other rights of people or research subjects actively or passively participating in research activities.

We are governed by the provisions of Resolution 8430 of 1993, which establishes the scientific, technical and administrative standards for health research and 2378 of 2008, which adopts good clinical practices for institutions that conduct drug research. in humans, in addition to related international regulations.