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Grinnell’s IRB reviews proposed research projects that use human research participants. Any faculty, staff, or student conducting research on humans, even with minimal risk,  needs to submit a proposal of the research project to the IRB. Electronic submission of proposals is...
Categories of Research (Information on this page was modified with permission (2011) from that provided by the Claremont Graduate University and the Grinnell College faculty handbook Appendix IX) and revised March 2013.  Investigators may want to check out the decision charts...
Federal Regulations The Common Rule (45 CRF 46) FDA IRB Regulations 21 CFR 56.111 The Belmont Report Nuremberg Code Declaration of Helsinki NIH Guidelines for Human Subjects Regulations for Requesting or Disclosing Health Information (HIPAA Privacy Rule) Resources For Students...
The IRB review process at Grinnell College is designed to be quick and easy for most users. First, please note that completion of an ethics training module is required before initiating any research with human subjects. A link to the online ethics training module is provided on...

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The purpose of the Grinnell College Institutional Review Board (IRB) is to assure compliance with defined federal regulations (i.e., 45 CFR Part 46) and college policies for research conducted with human participants. Specifically, the IRB is charged to 1) assure that faculty,...