Human Research Protection Program

Which IRB Will Review My Research Project?

 

Biomedical IRB and Biomedical Cancer IRB
 

The Biomedical IRB and Biomedical Cancer IRB review research studies are designed to evaluate the safety, effectiveness, or usefulness of an intervention including research on therapies (e.g., drugs, diet, exercise, surgical interventions, or medical devices), diagnostic procedures (e.g., CAT scans), and preventive measures as well as research that may generate data by means of questionnaires, surveys and/or review of existing records related to medical care or treatment.
The Biomedical Cancer IRB specializes in the review of cancer research.

UT researchers from both campuses can submit to the Biomedical and Biomedical Cancer IRB's

Click here for the Biomedical/Cancer IRB Forms page

 
The Social, Behavioral and Educational IRB
 

The Social, Behavioral and Educational IRB review University protocols that involve human subjects and generate data by means of questionnaires, observation, studies of existing records, and other experimental designs involving exposure to some type of non-biomedical stimulus or intervention.

UT researchers from both campuses can submit to the The Social, Behavioral and Educational IRB

Click here for the SBE IRB Forms page

 

Questions regarding the more appropriate committee for review may be addressed with the HRPP office.

 

Last Updated: 1/29/19