Single IRB Review Reminder

If your NIH RFA will involve collaborating sites, and NIH requires the use of a single IRB (“sIRB”), we remind you to consult with the Emory IRB very early on in the grant-writing process, and to not submit your sIRB plan without our prior review. We also remind you that reliance on an independent IRB is often the best solution, and this requires a quote and a line item in the study budget. Submit our special form to start the discussion: see “NIH Single IRB Policy” FAQ on our Collaborative Research webpage.

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