Protecting Human Subjects through Institutional Review Boards

All institutions applying for federal funds must have Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) with clearly defined policies and procedures to ensure that grant-funded research activities protect human subjects. Principal investigators submitting proposals involving research and human subjects must complete required forms and submit the project for IRB review prior to submission. The information in this section is divided into three areas:

 The Sinclair Grants Office acknowledges the assistance of these institutions
that allowed us to adapt and adopt their IRB forms and policies:
Bridgewater State College, Academic Affairs, Grants and Sponsored Projects;
Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis Research and Sponsored Programs;
University of Massachusetts Lowell, Office of Institutional Compliance;
Wright State University, Research & Sponsored Programs;
Youngstown State University, Grants & Sponsored Programs