The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is tasked with reviewing all research affiliated with Rhodes College that involves work with human participants. In reviewing these research proposals, our mission is to ensure all steps are taken to protect the rights and welfare of individuals who participate as subjects in human research activities. The Rhodes IRB also seeks to ensure that the College and members of its research community are compliant with the ethical standards and regulations governing human subject research.
- What is the IRB?
- Do I need to get IRB approval?
- How do I submit an IRB application?
- What are my responsibilities as the principal investigator? As a research team member?
For more information, please contact Dr. Geoffrey Maddox at firstname.lastname@example.org or 901-843-3170
Spring Semester 2018
Currently, the IRB will conduct full board reviews on the following dates. Applications must be received (sent to email@example.com) no later than one week in advance of these deadlines for consideration. Additional meetings will be scheduled as necessary in accordance with the IRB handbook.
Friday January 26
Friday February 16
Friday March 16