IRB Application Forms
You must obtain IRB approval before initiating any research activity involving human subjects. If you think you may publish or present the results of your project in the future (e.g., in a journal, at a conference), it is considered research and you must obtain IRB approval before beginning the project. The IRB does not grant retroactive approval.
If changes occur during the course of a project that could impact human subjects (e.g., protocols, sponsor or investigators, informed consent procedures) you must obtain IRB approval prior to initiating the changes.
*Handwritten forms will NOT be accepted*
Full and expedited IRB review
An application for initial review is to be submitted before initiating any research activity involving human subjects.
- Initial Review of Clinical Research (Word)
- Initial Review of Social Science Research (Word)
- Medical Record Chart Review (Word)
An application for continuing review of approved non-exempt research is to be submitted before the current approval’s expiration date.
- Continuing Review of IRB-Approved Clinical Research (Word)
- Continuing Review of IRB-Approved Social Science Research (Word)
Investigators must promptly report to the IRB any “unanticipated problems involving risk to subjects or others” (UPIRTSO). That is, any problem or event which in the opinion of the local investigator was unanticipated, serious, AND at least possibly related to the research procedures.
Request for IRB review exemption
Category 1 Investigational Strategies in Educational Setting (Word)
Category 4 Existing Data: Records Review, Pathological Specimens (Word)
Category 6 Food Quality and Consumer Acceptance Studies (Word)
Form: Additional Investigators (Word)
Appendix J: Student as PI (Word)
Appendix L: Field Work (Word)
Appendix R: Use of Radiation (Word)
Form: Ionizing Radiation in Human Subjects Research (Word)