Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's Institutional Review Board (IRB)/Privacy Board protects the rights, welfare, and privacy of human research participants.
Proposals and awards involving human subjects research require IRB review and approval before any research activities can begin.
The NIH requires documentation of IRB review and approval prior to the release of award funds used for human subjects research activities.
If your research application is likely to be funded, you should complete the Application for IRB Review of a Grant or Contract that Does Not Contain Detailed Protocols and Consent Documents form, which IRB requires to be submitted before reviewing any pending proposal, unfunded award, or continuing research application. Submit this form along with your grant application (budget data can be redacted) to the IRB for review.
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