OU Norman Campus Institutional Review Board (IRB)

what is the institutional review board irb charged with

Welcome to the University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus Institutional Review Board (OU-NC IRB) Web site. The OU-NC IRB serves the Norman Campus, Tulsa Campus (non-medical) and Cameron University. All research involving human participants that is conducted at or by researchers affiliated with these campuses must comply with applicable policies for the protection of human subjects.

All research involving human participants must be reviewed and approved by the OU-NC IRB prior to recruitment and data collection.

The Office of Human Research Participant Protection/IRB is located at Five Partner's Place. 201 Stephenson Parkway, Suite 1300A Norman, OK 73019.

The office hours, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm and office telephone number is (405)325-8110. The email address is irb@ou.edu

Investigators not affiliated with the University of Oklahoma who wish to conduct research that involves either recruitment of participants or other cooperation by the institution should contact the IRB for further instruction. Permission will

be granted as consistent with the institution's mission of teaching, research, and service.

Notice:

Our office has moved to a new location. The new address is Five Partner's Place, 201 Stephenson Parkway, Suite 1300A Norman, OK 73019 The telephone number and email addresses remain the same.

iRIS. the new IRB electronic submission system, is now live and available for use on the Norman Campus.

Log into iRIS at https://iris.ou.edu

Click here for iRIS training schedules.

Click here for iRIS Login Instructions.

NOTE: INTERNET EXPLORER 10 AND IRIS ARE NOT COMPATIBLE!

Do NOT update Internet Explorer (IE) to version 10; this is NOT compatible with the iRIS electronic submission system. If you have already updated to IE 10, you will need to either use Firefox or Chrome as your browser to work in iRIS, or have IT support staff roll your IE back to 9

Source: irb.ou.edu

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