IRB Seeks Two New Members

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Indiana State University is searching for two new members or alternate members for the 2020-2021 academic year. Interested candidates should have an interest in furthering the ethical conduct of human subjects research and commit to developing an understanding of federal regulations for research. Training and professional development are provided. Monthly meeting attendance and ongoing protocol review are expected. If you are interesting in serving, please send an e-mail and statement of intent to IRB Administrator, Marlene Burns, in the Office of Sponsored Programs, at Candidates will be reviewed this summer, and recommended by the IRB to ISU’s Chief Research Officer Greg Bierly for probationary appointment.