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The program will walk you through the application step by step. If you need help determining whether your project is exempt or non-exempt, there are prompts for these questions built into the application; if you already know your expected exempt/non-exempt status, it is possible to skip directly to the application sections.

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Students must have their documents reviewed by their faculty sponsor before submitting an application. Within the application, student researchers will submit the email address of their faculty sponsor who must complete a form affirming that they have reviewed the application materials and approve the project; faculty sponsors will also need to upload their current (un-expired) training certificate.

Instructors must submit their own training certification at the time of application. We strongly recommend (but do not require) assigning CITI training as part of the course for your students' education and future research preparation.

Aside from humanitarian use device (HUD) and emergency use submissions, new applications to the Saint Louis University Institutional Review Board should be created and submitted in the eIRB submission system at

Verification of Translation for External Requests Single Use Consent TemplateFor use in Single Use Applications (when a physician or researcher plans to treat a single patient who is not enrolled in a research study with an investigational drug, biologic or device). Single Use applications are submitted on the Biomedical Expedited/Full form in eIRB.

Submitting the application in eIRB is a multi-step process. The first time you submit the form, it requires you to search for and select pre-reviewers (see Scientific and Department Chair Approval section for more detail).

Once the pre-reviewers have approved, you can see their review comments and make edits to the application. You must then click to submit the form again, this time to the IRB. For more information, see:

All new HSR submissions to the BSPH IRB come through the PHIRST system. It is a web-based system used by the BSPH IRB as a portal for all new HSR applications. Principal Investigators (PI) must answer the questions in the PHIRST application and upload research plans, consent forms, and other required study documentation available on the Forms page. PHIRST User Guide and PHIRST FAQs are available to help people navigate the system. IRB requirements are outlined in Guidance and BSPH IRB Policies; they govern the review of all submissions.

Logging into PHIRST: PHIRST users who have JHED IDs will be able to log into PHIRST without registering. All other users will need to follow the instructions for registration. All new applications and subsequent further applications must come through the PHIRST system. We have retained a link to the Old PHIRST ( ) for people who need access to old study documents.

Prior to submitting a study application to the IRB office through IRBNet, you will need to consider what type of review is appropriate for your study, as this will determine the application form you will need to submit. The types of IRB review are based on the level of risk to participants. There are three types of IRB reviews: (1) Exempt, (2) Limited/Expedited, and (3) Full. Ultimately, the IRB Office has the final decision in verifying the type of review for a study.

Please use this form if you are making minor revisions to an existing IRB approved study. You must submit this form along with other documents (e.g. revised consent forms) if applicable. All minor changes must be reviewed and approved by the IRB Office before they can be initiated by the researcher. Please submit all required documents (including CITI training, consent forms, surveys, etc.) from the previous package along with the application. Minor modifications need to be submitted as a subsequent package - please do not create a new package.

Please use this form if you would like to extend the time period of an approved full review study. Research studies that have gone through Exempt or Limited/Expedited IRB reviews do not have expiration dates and therefore researchers do not need to submit a continuing review form. This form is submitted through IRBNet at least once a year 30 days before the expiration date of the original approval as shown on the approval letter. Please submit all documents to be used in your research (including CITI training, consent forms, surveys, etc.) along with the application, even if they have not changed. Continuing reviews need to be submitted as a subsequent package - please do not create a new package.

Please fill out and submit this cover sheet along with your application form if you are a Ed.D. graduate student in the joint CSUSM/UCSD EDD program. Please review the CSUSM/UCSD Ed.D. Agreement for IRB that describes a cooperative review process that allows the UCSD and CSUSM Institutional Review Boards (IRB) to rely upon each other to avoid duplication of effort and reduce burden for investigators, IRB members and staff.

If a consent form is provided in another language, you first have your IRB application and English-language consent form approved by the IRB. Then upload this form along with your application for verification of the translation of consent forms for languages other than Spanish. Because most translations will be to Spanish, we provide a translator to verify translations instead of requesting the Verification of Translation form. Alternatively, the Spanish translation verifier can translate the document for a fee. For other languages, the form must be signed by any CSUSM instructor who is reading and writing fluent in that language. They are only verifying that the translation you provide is accurate. Please review the Consent Form Requirements for Languages Other than English page.

IRB approval (or a formal indication that research is exempt) must be obtained before research activities may begin. To obtain approval or exemption, an application with the IRB must be filed. The IRB conducts different levels of review, depending on the type of research activities and subjects that are involved. Expedited reviews may be conducted for certain types of minimal risk research, as permitted by federal guidelines (45 CFR part 46). Other reviews must be conducted by the convened IRB at a regular meeting. The IRB will determine what type of review is applicable to each submitted protocol.

All investigators, key personnel, and faculty advisors are required to complete human subjects research training at least once every three years and provide a copy of training documentation to the IRB with all applications submitted for review. EKU provides a subscription to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) online training system, and the Basic Course for Human Subjects Research is used to satisfy training requirements. Click here for detailed instructions on registering and using the CITI training system. At the end of the training, a completion certificate and report will be issued. Documentation must be attached to the application at the time of submission for the principal investigator, key personnel, and faculty advisors.

After classifying your study, your next step is to prepare application materials for the specific level of review appropriate for your study. If you are a student, be sure to work closely with your faculty research advisor in preparing your application materials.

There is no deadline for the submission of limited review or expedited review applications; they are reviewed on an ongoing basis. Investigators can typically expect to receive feedback from an IRB reviewer or notification of approval in approximately two weeks from the time department chair approves the submission. Approval times will be extended during the summer months, winter break, and other times when faculty are away from campus.

Applications submitted for full review must be submitted by the published deadlines. Applications submitted after the deadline for an upcoming meeting will be scheduled for review at the following meeting. Investigators will be notified when an application is scheduled for review and invited to attend the meeting. Attendance at the full review meeting provides the opportunity to answer questions from the IRB members during the review process. If the investigator is unable to attend the meeting, a list of questions and concerns will be prepared after the meeting and sent to the investigator by email. If there are outstanding concerns, the committee will not be able to vote on the application, and investigators should expect a delay in the approval process until the next scheduled meeting.

If the faculty advisors, department chair, or IRB reviewers have questions or request updates to the application materials, the principal investigator will be notified by email and asked to resubmit updated application documents by email. Once the IRB has approved the application, the principal investigator will be notified by email.

In addition to answering the application questions, the following items, when applicable, should accompany your AURA-IRB submission; documents can be uploaded and attached to your protocol directly in AURA-IRB:

Buck-IRB is a smart form that dynamically adapts to user responses, activating additional questions and/or pages as questions are answered. Because of this functionality, it is not possible to print the entire application form prior to completion.

To assist researchers, ORRP has created PDFs containing the text and conditional logic of each submission form so that investigators or research staff may preview the application questions without entering the electronic system. Click here to be routed to the PDF versions.

The DMV International Registration Bureau (IRB) cannot calculate IRP registration fees until an application is processed. The fees depend on the methods used by each jurisdiction where the vehicle will operate. 041b061a72


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