Dear researcher,

An institutional research board (IRB), is a committee that is formally designated to approve, monitor, and review biomedical and behavioral research involving humans and animals. It conducts risk-benefit analysis in an attempt to determine whether or not research should be done.

For more details about the mission, authority and the review process of IRB you may download the bylaws of IRB. Download

To submit your work to the board you will need to

  1. Before writing the proposal, we suggest the proposal model attached to be reviewed. Download
  2. Download the self-assessment checklists that will provide useful guides while you design your protocol (optional and not to be submitted to the IRB).Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
  3. Download the application form that has to be filled. Download
  4. Download the consent form which includes the most essential items required for a patient consent. In case you need to design another consent form, you may follow the consent form considerations checklist to design another consent form. Download
  5. Submit the protocol, application and consent forms to the IRB official email
  6. Guidelines for Writing Proposal. Download

Here are the emails of the executive committee