The new regulations do not impact studies approved prior to January 21, 2019.Close
The Institutional Review Board is mandated by federally regulated guidelines. Any research that deals with human subjects must be reviewed by the IRB. For information about human subject research visit the “Human Subject Research” webpage.Close
There have been a handful of changes to the IRB and the common rule. Read up on the most recent changes before submitting a proposal.Close
The Institutional Review Board is a federally mandated department that is responsible for ensuring the protection of human research participants.
When conducting research at the University involving human research subjects, it is important to follow the proper protocol. You can find all the necessary forms for your research proposal here.
The board meets on a bi-weekly basis during the semester. Proposals that are contingent on a full board review must be received at least one week before the board meeting in order to be considered.
For levels of review, proposal checklists, and any additional information on completing your proposal, our proposal guidance webpage can help.