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All protocols (including modifications and renewals) must be submitted electronically via IRBNet at:
All review communications and decision letters will be issued electronically through IRBNet
How to submit to IRBNet
Please visit the IRBNet training and resources website for instructions on how to register, how to submit a new project, and for other additional IRBNet assistance.
Accessing the training site requires you to enter in the following credentials:
For additional information the CSUSM IRB office can assist you with any questions you may have as we move forward with this important initiative. Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to (760) 750-4029.
IRB Forms and Examples
IRB approval is required before human subjects research can begin (including recruitment). The researcher must submit the appropriate form to begin the approval process. For help determining what type of application you should submit for your particular research project, checkout the following:
Hints for using the online submission form:
- Please SAVE the application BEFORE you start entering information!!
- Special Instructions for Mac Users
Note!! Trouble opening the form? Hover over the link, right-click, choose "Save Link As..." from the drop-down menu, and save to your desktop.
Application for Approval for Research Involving Human Subject: Individual Investigator Projects
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Used when minor changes are being made to a currently approved protocol such as a change in researchers, population, and/or procedures. All minor changes must be reviewed and approved before they are initiated.
Used when researcher would like to extend the time period of an approval. An application for Continuing Research is submitted at least once a year, on or before the anniversary date of the original approval.
Application for Approval for Research Involving Human Subjects: Projects Conducted in Partial Fulfillment of Course Requirements
FOR FACULTY ONLY
This form is used by investigators with IRB approval at their home site who would like to use a CSUSM population.
Students enrolled in 1) a joint CSUSM/UCSD program or 2) CSUSM graduate program, and conducting research at a UCSD facility or with a CSUSM-affiliated site/project/population, who plan to involve human subjects in research are required to obtain approval from either the CSUSM or UCSD Institutional Review Boards in advance of initiating research. This document 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.