About Human Subjects Research
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is committed to providing a comprehensive and compliant Research with Human Subjects program for researchers, students, and potential human subjects. At K-State, the Committee on Research Involving Human Subjects serves as the IRB and is mandated by federal laws and regulations for oversight of all activities involving research with human subjects.
Digital Signature on Forms
Please note: You may sign the IRB Application form using a digital signature. DO NOT sign the form until it has been completed. You cannot edit the form entries once the form has been digitally signed. If you are making revisions to a previously signed form, right-click the digital signature and select Clear to remove the signature (this can only be done by the person who originally digitally signed the form). Forms that have not been signed will not be accepted.
IRB Electronic Application Submission
Effective February 1, 2016, the University Research Compliance Office (URCO) is moving to electronic submission of all IRB applications.
Contact Maggie Behnke: 2-3233, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.