How to Submit my IRB Documents?
NEW SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Effective from August, 2015
- The IRB forms and documents need to be typed by the researcher(s) - handwritten forms will not be accepted
- The completed forms will then be emailed to the Office of Compliance to email@example.com with an appropriate subject. Some suggestions for the subject text are provided below. Not providing appropriate subject text may cause administrative delays.
|Type of Document||Suggested Subject Text|
|1||New EXEMPT application package||New Application Exempt|
|2||Revised EXEMPT documents||(IRB ID) Revised Exempt|
|3||New Expedited application package||New Application Expedited|
|4||Revised Expedited documents||(IRB ID) Revised Expedited|
|5||New Full Review application package||New Application Full|
|6||Revised Full review documents||(IRB ID) Revised Full|
|7||Minor changes/addendum request||(IRB ID) Minor Addendum Exempt/Expedited/Full|
|8||Major changes/addendum||(IRB ID) Major Addendum Exempt/Expedited/Full|
|9||Progress report with request for continuation||(IRB ID) Continuation|
|10||Final report||(IRB ID) Close out|
- Student researchers have to send their forms to their faculty advisor/thesis supervisor/class coordinator and the concerned faculty officer will email us the completed forms
- DO NOT COLLATE the forms into a single file
- the individual forms will be stored in different locations of our databse
- Send the forms in their original format and we recommend that you DO NOT CONVERT to PDF
- The name entries in the signature boxes captures the user and time for documentation purposes
- Conversion to PDF will negate this option.
- Neither the Office of Compliance nor the members of IRB/IACUC will edit or modify any portions of the petitions. All modifications (even minor changes) will have to be done by the investigators
WHAT HAS CHANGED?
(Starting in August 2015)
There is only one difference between the old process and the new procedure. The email ID, firstname.lastname@example.org will no longer be used to collect form submission or answer IRb/IACUC questions. The email@example.com account will only be used in the future to receive emergency and important compliance-related communications - such as Adverse Event Notification, report compliance breach(es), provide feedback or offer suggestions, etc. For IRB questions the researchers have to contact the Office of Compliance through firstname.lastname@example.org while IACUC users can use email@example.com.