Human Subjects (IRB)

Single IRB for multi-site studies

For NIH grant applications with due dates on or after January 25, 2018, NIH expects all domestic sites of NIH-funded multi-site studies, where each site… more »

NOTE: iRIS system availability in January

ALERT: iRIS Unavailable January 15–19, 2018

The iRIS system will undergo maintenance and upgrades and will not be available to GSU researchers January 15-19, 2018.… more »

New IRB Regulations – Effective January 19, 2018

Training sessions will be held to present an overview of the new federal regulations governing human subjects research at the following times: January 9, 2018… more »

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Human Subjects (IRB)

Full AAHRPP Accreditation

The University’s program on human research protection is based on the three basic ethical tenets of respect for persons, beneficence and justice, and the application of these tenets set forth in the Belmont Report, issued in 1979 by the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research.

Georgia State University’s Institutional Review Board will apply these tenets to all human subjects research, regardless of funding. The Institutional Review Board is charged with the responsibility of protecting the rights and welfare of human subjects participating in research under the auspices of the institution with which it is affiliated.

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