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GENERAL INFORMATION

FOR RESEARCHERS

FOR IRB MEMBERS

Currently, IRB submissions (new studies, amendments, annual reviews, 3-year renewals, etc.) must be submitted either electronically through a  SharePoint account, or on paper. Beginning September 1, 2013, SharePoint will be replaced by standard e-mail to orc@mu.edu. See below for detailed instructions.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. IRB submissions must be e-mailed to orc@mu.edu.
2. Attach all required documents (e.g., Protocol Summary Form, Consent Form, Flyers, grant applications, survey instruments, interview guides, etc.). File sizes should be reduced when possible.
3. E-mail address of the sender must be that of the Principal Investigator (PI). If the PI is a student, the faculty advisor must be cc’d.
4. The subject line must display one of the following:
 
  • New Study Submission for [first and last name of PI]
 
  • Amendment Submission for [first and last name of PI], HR-[####]
 
  • Personnel Amendment Submission for [first and last name of PI], HR-[####]
 
  • Continuing Review Submission for [first and last name of PI], HR-[####]
 
  • 3-Year Renewal Submission for [first and last name of PI], HR-[####]
 
  • Reportable Event Submission for [first and last name of PI], HR-[####]
 
  • Closeout Report Submission for [first and last name of PI], HR-[####]
5. In the body of e-mail, include the title of the study and an itemized list of attachments.
6. Once submitted, the IRB will e-mail back a response of receipt. If you do not receive an e-mail confirmation of submission within 3-5 days of submission, please contact the IRB by phone (288-7570) or email (orc@mu.edu) to verify receipt.

EXAMPLE:

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eirb submission example

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Research Compliance, in cooperation with and in support of the Institutional Review Board, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, Radiation Safety Committee, and Institutional Biosafety Committee, is to facilitate safe and ethical research conducted by Marquette faculty, staff and students in the areas of human subjects, animal subjects, radiation safety and biosafety.