Frequently Used Services
NIH policy requires multi-site research studies to rely on single IRB (sIRB) review. Check here HRPO guidance, resources, FAQs and the required form to submit for initiating an IRB reliance request
HRPO/IRB Policies and guidelines, including the IRB Standard Operating Procedures, and a link to the Clinical Research Handbook provide a comprehensive overview of the policies and guidelines for conducting human subjects research at the University
NEW! Find out about the revised federal regulations for human subjects research protection and how they affect you
IRB consultations are offered at the Morningside, Manhattanville and Medical Center campuses. Check here for times and locations for walk-in consults - no appointment necessary
NEW! The recently revised federal regulations for human subjects research are now listed here, along with other relevant federal and state regulations, and ethical principles of human subjects research
IRB reviews, creating and submitting a protocol, Consent Form templates and suggested language
All changes to the research protocol must be submitted for prospective IRB approval unless a change needs to be implemented immediately to remove or minimize an imminent harm to subjects
As a prerequisite for IRB approval, all human subjects researchers must complete CITI Human Subjects Protection and HIPAA Privacy training. Access training programs here.
IRB 101s and Monthly Investigator meetings (MIMs) are regularly scheduled information sessions. Slidedecks and materials from the meetings are posted here.
Find information about participating in research at the University