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Psychology Students eIRB Application Training
Join our in-person training at Administrative Services III just for psychology graduate students who have completed the workshop prerequisites. Attendees will receive priority application review for one week. Next session will be on January 15, 2020.Sign Up Today
2020 IRB Workshops at the NC State University Libraries
Planned spring 2020 sessions include: IRB Part 1; IRB Part 2; Secondary Data; Research and the Department of Defense (DoD); and Research, Evaluation, and Normal Educational Practices.For More Information and Dates
“The Fox is Guarding the Henhouse”
Whistleblower accuses University of California – San Diego (UCSD) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of unethical human subjects research.Read Article
NC State IRB Mission
The mission of the NC State IRB office is to advocate for and protect human subjects participating in research through working with investigators in facilitating ethical and compliant research. The IRB values beneficence, justice, and respect for persons and operationalizes these values through practicing transparency, collaboration, education, and communication with researchers and participants.
What We Do and How We Do It
We review all proposed research through the lenses of ethics and compliance before it is implemented by NC State researchers. Our office maintains common sense administrative policies to promote the efficient and effective review of all proposed research involving humans. We educate and train others in practical ethics, legal compliance, and social justice as it relates to research with humans – including minimizing risks and maximizing benefits. We intervene, when necessary, in research to serve as a participant advocate and an accountability board.
IRB Coordinator for Administration
IRB Coordinator for Outreach and Education
Campus Box 7514
Raleigh, NC 27695
Administrative Services III
2701 Sullivan Drive
Raleigh, NC 27695
IRB Full Board Meeting: The IRB Full Board Committee meets on the first TUESDAY of every month to review studies requiring Full Board review/approval. Please submit studies requiring Full Board review no later than 4 weeks before intended review date. All researchers whose studies undergo Full Board review, are invited/encouraged to attend the committee meetings.
- FWA Number: 00003429
- Registration Number: 00000330
- IORG Number: 0000200