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How can I get Institutional Review Board approval for my research?

I'm doing some research that requires use of a U.S. government collection that specifies I need Institutional Review Board approval in order to access the collection.
Last Updated: May 14, 2014  |  65 Views
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Hopkins has an Institutional Review Board responsible for reviewing and approving research projects that require IRB approval. For non-medical research, fill out an exemption form. Note that it can take several weeks to complete the review process.   

More questions? Contact the IRB at 410-516-6580 or hirb@jhu.edu. Or view their FAQ

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