The Institutional Review Board's (IRB) "Submitter 101" class will cover the basic history and mission of the IRB, how to determine which projects need review, choosing the appropriate forms to submit, basic information on the submission and approval process, and tips for successful submissions.
Submitter 101 is for SLU students and staff newly involved in research (or those looking for a refresher), who are interested in learning the basics of submitting to the IRB.
This class will not cover how to specifically use the electronic IRB submission system, which is currently being piloted by a few departments.
Classes for the electronic IRB submission system will be available university-wide after the pilot phase is complete.
- Behavioral & Social Sciences Research focus: March 17, 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Busch Student Center, room 253A.
- Biomedical Research focus: March 18, 9-10 a.m. in Caroline Building, Room C108 (Caroline Conference Room).
For questions or to RSVP, call Rachel Millinger at 977-9813 or e-mail.
For more information and additional education opportunities visit the "Training and Education" tab on the IRB website.