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UCM Human Subjects Review Committee

(Institutional Review Board)

Human Subjects Review Committee Procedures 

The purpose of UCM's Institutional Review Board (IRB) is to ensure the protection of the rights and welfare of all human subjects that participate in research. Research conducted by faculty, staff, and students must be approved by the IRB, prior to research being conducted, as required by federal, state, and university regulations. The IRB reviews research applications and proposals involving human subjects to ensure the rights of the subjects are not violated and that the research conforms to the Code of Federal Regulations. The committee then approves, request revisions, or determines that the protocol does not fall under human subjects research. To learn more about the process and protocol submission, see the PowerPoint below. For guidelines and templates visit the Application Process page.


IRB PowerPoint


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