Institutional Review Board
PROTECTING HUMAN SUBJECTS THROUGH INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARDS
All institutions applying for federal research funds must have Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) with clearly defined policies and procedures ensuring that grant-funded research activities protect human subjects. Upon being awarded federal funds, principal investigators and/or project directors whose activities involve research on human subjects must complete required forms and submit the project for IRB review and approval before any research on human subjects is allowed to commence.
IRB Committee Meetings
The Institutional Review Board conducts its meetings the first Friday of each quarter. Any proposals requiring full review must be submitted no later than ten (10) working days prior to a scheduled meeting. Forms may be found on the related downloads page under "Institutional Review Board." If you have questions about the IRB, please contact Dr. Cheryl Rogers (IRB Chair).
- The online version of the Code of Federal Regulations (45 CFR Part 46) is user-friendly and allows you to search for particular topics.
- The Institutional Review Board Guide Book by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Human Research Protections.
- National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- The Belmont Report (PDF).
Institutional Review Board Training
Federal regulations require IRB committee member training. IRB members can follow the links (below) to complete training at the time of their appointment. IRB members must then submit a copy of the certificate to the IRB Chair indicating they have completed human subjects training.
Sources of IRB training and information:
- Office for Human Research Protections - Department of Health and Human Services training
- National Institute of Health - training and information
|Tyler Junior College Employees|
|Dr. Cheryl Rogers, Chair
Office: Research and Marketing Services Bldg.
Office: Genecov 207
|Dr. Betsy Ott
Office: Genecov 211
Office: Rogers Student Center 308
Dr. Clayton Allen
Office: Pirtle Technology 203
|Dr. William Geiger
Vice Provost of Academic Affairs
The University of Texas at Tyler