To use the resources provided by the IBRC, you will need to review the guidelines below.
Reach out to one of the IBRC staff when you are in the process of filling out your IRB. We will ensure whether your study is appropriate for our community participant pool and provide you with feedback on the specific text to include in your IRB. We can also begin the process of reserving space and equipment for your study.
Studies run at the Interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Center must be IRB-approved prior to running of study sessions. This means researchers must have received an approval email either from the Duke Campus IRB office or from the DUHS IRB office. Please review your respective IRB office’s website to ensure you have all of the materials and forms necessary for IRB approval.
7. Make sure that all research assistants have the proper training. As required by Duke all researchers must complete the CITI training: History and Ethical Principles. See the Duke Office of Research Support website for more information. All undergraduate research assistants at the IBRC must complete this brief IBRC Research Assistant Training module