The IRB receives frequent requests for guidance on who should be identified as research personnel for IRB submissions. In preparation for the launch of the smart-form in ETHOS, the IRB has developedguidance on who should be listed in IRB submissions.
Research projects that occur within courses are designed to provide students an opportunity to practice various research methods such as interview, observation and survey techniques as well as data analysis.
Service on the IRB is vital to supporting the research mission of the University and the protection of participants in that research. We are currently seeking volunteers with the following expertise to serve on the IRB: