INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD

Any institution participating in research or sponsored programs must have an approval process in place for the use of human subjects.  Please allow up to four weeks for applications to be reviewed. Applications submitted within the first seven days of the month will be reviewed by the end of the month. If the IRB committee has any questions or concerns regarding the proposal, the approval process may take longer than usual.

 

 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

QUESTIONS

If you have further questions about whether or not your research must be reviewed by the IRB, please consult the Human Subject Decision Charts:  2018 Requirements. If the decision charts do not address your question, please contact the IRB at irb@atu.edu for further guidance.

 

 

 

COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING (CITI)

Researchers must complete the CITI training prior to beginning their project. IRB Applications will not be reviewed without inclduing proof of CITI course completion. The Collaborative Institutional Training (CITI) is an online training module teaching research methods. 

CITI TRAINING COURSECITI COURSE ENROLLMENT INSTRUCTIONS

 

 

 

IRB LINKS 

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD

Appointments 2019-2020