Membership: Membership of the IRB is governed by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
regulation 45 CFR 46.107. The IRB is a standing committee of ATU.
The ATU IRB will have representation from each of the academic colleges. Members will be appointed by the Dean of the Graduate College (in consultation with the deans of the colleges) according to federal guidelines and the needs of the university. A good faith effort should be made in the selection of membership to reflect diversity of race, gender, cultural background, and research experience. The IRB Chair will be appointed by the Dean of the Graduate College (in consultation with the deans of the colleges).
Function: In accordance with federal law and university policy the IRB is charged with overseeing compliance with federal regulations related to human subjects research.
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