In accordance with Federal regulations, New York University has established an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to review all proposed research involving human subjects to ensure that the subjects' rights and welfare are adequately protected.
New York University's IRB must review and approve all research involving human subjects at the University (exclusive of the School of Medicine and certain projects at the School of Dentistry) before it may be carried out.
The NYU IRB is composed primarily of faculty members from disciplines in which research involving human subjects is integral to that discipline's work (for example, psychology, sociology, anthropology, education, nursing, social work, and dentistry). The NYU IRB also includes a community member with no other affiliation to New York University.
NYU IRB membership, policies, and procedures are governed by a Federal Wide Assurance.
Contact the Human Research Protection Program
HRPP staff members are available assist you with:
- Integrating human subjects requirements into your research plan;
- Clarifying the requirements for research with human subjects;
- Preparing your application to the NYU IRB;
- Responding to post-review requests from the NYU IRB.
We ask that investigators make full use of the guidance materials. These references explain most human subjects issues, and they should be the first stop for information in the human subjects review and approval process.
For additional questions and guidance, please email email@example.com or call 212.998.4808.