SU Faculty and Staff Researchers
Salisbury University is deeply committed to supporting the research activities of faculty and staff. The IRB Committee on Human Subjects Research upholds this commitment by overseeing the review and approval of all research involving human subjects undertaken by faculty, staff, and students. As you plan and prepare for your research protocols, please review the resources provided below.
Considerations for Protocols
For Faculty/Staff Supervising Student Research
For Faculty/Staff Conducting Research with Student Records
All research involving student records from Salisbury University should be approved through the University Registrar prior to IRB review. IRB protocols requiring access to SU student data must include a letter of support and acknowledgement from the University Registrar.
Federal Regulations and Salisbury University policy require investigators (students, faculty, and staff) to undergo human subject research training to ensure the protection of research subjects.
SU Researchers must complete the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) before their protocol is approved.
*Salisbury University will accept other human subject research trainings (ie. National Institute of Health Training), but training confirmation and certificates must be provided for review.
- See Training & Education for more information.
IRB Templates, & Resources
Salisbury University’s Institutional Review Board on Human Research (IRB) has provided researchers with sample templates and forms to assist them as they are developing their research protocol applications.
- See IRB Templates for more information.