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New applications and other submissions that are ready for review and received by 4:30 p.m. the day of the deadline will go to the next scheduled committee meeting. Due to volume constraints and committee member availability, some submissions and applications may be assigned to the subsequent committee meeting.
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Reviews research in the health and biological sciences
Faculty/Staff Social - 03
Reviews research in the social and behavioral sciences
Meets one per month to discuss policies, procedures and address issues that arise in human subjects protection
Medical - 05
Reviews only continuing review submissions in the health and biological sciences
Student Social - 07
Reviews student-initiated research in the social and behavioral sciences
The IRB attempts to maintain membership that represent the breadth of research conducted at the University of Minnesota. If your study question is outside the given scientific background of the committee, it could be reassigned to a more suitable committee for review. You will be notified of any such event.
The IRB allows principal investigators (PIs) who have submitted biomedical and social applications an opportunity to answer questions at IRB meetings when the PI’s study is under review in order to answer questions in real time about new proposals. The process allows for increased transparency and communication that may help to streamline the IRB communication process.
When a new biomedical or social application is assigned to an IRB agenda, the PI will be notified by email of the meeting date and time and will be invited to be available outside the meeting room should the IRB have questions.
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