Dr. Abraham Schwab, as IRB Liaison, is available to help human subjects researchers at IPFW as they prepare IRB applications for submission and respond to recommendations from Purdue. He holds office hours specifically for IRB questions the first Wednesday of each month from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm; he is also available to meet by appointment.
IPFW IRB Liaison
Dr. Abraham Schwab
Department of Philosophy
The Navigating the IRB Review Process (formerly known as IRB Nuts & Bolts) is available on the Purdue University Human Research Protection Program website under Tutorials.
CITI (Collaborative IRB Training Initiative): Required training in order to be certified as eligible to engage in human subjects research at Purdue University. All researchers on an IRB protocol must complete the CITI training before the IRB protocol will be approved. Initial and continuing education (every 5 years) in human subject protections are required.