Research Compliance for Human (IRB) and Animal Subjects
Policies & Procedures Involving Animal Subjects
- U.S. Government Principles for the Utilization and Care of Vertebrate Animals Used in Testing, Research, and Training (PDF)
Reporting Concerns Involving the Care and Use of Animals at IU Southeast
Human Subjects Research (Institutional Review Board)
Effective July 1, 2015, review of human subjects research at all eight IU campuses is facilitated by the IU Human Subjects Office (HSO). All submissions to the IRB are made via KC IRB, the web-based system for entry and management of IRB submissions.
The following site provides an overview of human subjects research at Indiana University:
IU requires researchers to complete training requirements.
Once you sign in you may need to "add a course or update learning groups". If so, select Social/Behavioral Researcher course.
Every researcher associated with IU must disclose any conflicts of interest. Learn about financial conflicts of interest and complete a disclosure form before you submit an IRB application.
To Complete Your IRB Application
For more IU research guidelines and procedures, please visit IU Research Compliance.
For questions about research with human subjects or the IRB process, please contact HSO or the IU Southeast IRB liaison: