Any research project involving human participants must be approved by the University of Redlands Institutional Review Board (IRB).
The University of Redlands IRB is charged with determining whether human subjects used in research conducted by University faculty, administrators, and students will be treated in accordance with the provisions in the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Research Subjects. On this website you can connect to the CITI Training website, download IRB forms, the procedures of the IRB, and connect to information about the IRBs and their activities.
Friday, November 17, 2023, 11:00 AM
(applications requiring full board review due before 4:00pm on Thursday, November 9, 2023)
Friday, December 15, 2023, 11:00 AM
(applications requiring full board review due before 4:00pm on Thursday, December 7, 2023)
Refer to the IRB FAQs and the links below for answers to frequently asked questions about the IRB.
|Amendments to Approved IRB Applications||IRB Applications|
|Classroom Projects||IRB Background|
|Human Subjects Research||Qualtrics|
|Human Subjects Research Training||Research Methods|
|Informed Consent||Student Research|
For applications submitted prior to Sitero Mentor.
Principal Investigators from other institutions who wish to request access to University of Redlands students, faculty, and/or staff and/or institutional data for human subjects research should send their request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the following with your request:
Contact email@example.com with questions.
The University of Redlands IRB FWA number is FWA00023072.
Preparing and Submitting an IRB Application with Mentor, March 10, 2022
The IRB consists of:
If you cannot find what you're looking for or have any questions, please e-mail Steven Moore, IRB Administrator.
If you have concerns about human subjects research being conducted by the University of Redlands, report your concerns anonymously via the Ethics Reporting website. You may also contact the IRB Chair or the IRB Administrator to report concerns.
Examples of reportable concerns include: