IRB Training Information
What is an IRB?
An Institutional Review Board (IRB) is a committee that performs ethical review of proposed research to help assure the protection of the rights and welfare of human participants. The IRB approves the initiation of and conducts periodic reviews of research involving human participants. Investigators also share the responsibility for protecting human participants.
To submit an application please visit www.irbnet.org
IRBNet & CITI Training
- Where we register to be part of a research project/study that involves people.
- IRBNet Registration
If you do not have an account, go to IRBNet, then click “New User Registration” in the upper right-hand corner and follow the instructions. Your IRBNet account is NOT linked to your UMD ID.
- Where we register for and receive training that we can officially and legally “link” to a research project/study that involves people
- CITI Training Completion Guide
IRB requires all individuals engaged in human subject research at University of Maryland to complete CITI Training every three (3) years
New Project & Initial Application Part 1
The IRB Process
For more information, reach out to the IRB Liaison or UMD’s Institutional Review Board
Contact the IRB: