The Institutional Review Board consists of independent committees established to advocate for the protection of the rights and welfare of human participants involved in research. The IRB's evaluate proposed new research and conduct review of on-going research following guiding ethical principles, applicable regulations and institutional requirements. The fundamental ethical principles are outlined in The Belmont Report, which forms the basis for the U.S. federal regulations for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research.
- IRB Assurance and Membership Representation Statement
- IRB Membership Information
- IRB Member Application
IRB Reviewer References