Notice: Investigators at IPFW may not be receiving important notifications from the IRB about their research protocols if they have not had their purdue.edu email address forwarded to their ipfw email addresses.
To have your email forwarded:
Effective January 4, 2016: All IRB submissions must be made through the CoeusLite online submission system. See the Purdue Human Research Protection Program page for more information.
Questions are to be directed to the IRB either by phone at (765) 494-5942 or by email: email@example.com.
Abraham Schwab, Associate Professor of Philosophy, is available to help human subjects researchers at IPFW as they prepare IRB applications for submission and respond to recommendations from Purdue. Please contact Dr. Schwab at firstname.lastname@example.org to meet by appointment.
Additionally, the following faculty members serve on the Purdue Social Sciences IRB and are available for consultation regarding the development of new protocols or the revision of proposed protocols in response to IRB recommendations. To meet by appointment, please contact:
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Associate Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of Public Policy
IRB Process and other detailed information can be found at the Purdue University Human Research Protection Program website.
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.
The October 2016 training sessions for IPFW faculty conducted by Nancy Hathaway, IRB Administrator at Purdue, and Jeannie DiClementi, Chair of the Social Sciences IRB, may be accessed below: