MU Logo
Search Miami
Compliance Home
Research Compliance Human Subjects Animal care BioSafety EthicsPoint Site Map
Human Subjects Research:
August 19, 2019
Number of Applications Currently Under Review
IRB Review: 7
Exemption: 3
this information can be used as an index to processing time

To comply with federal regulations and Miami policies, research involving human subjects requires that researchers be familiar with the ethical issues common to such work. In addition to the required online training, all human subjects research must be reviewed and the methods approved by an Institutional Review Board (IRB).

Training must be completed before submitting an application - CITI Completion Dates
IRB Training
Applications for applying for IRB review of new planned research >
  IRB New Protocol
Applications for modifying an approved protocol and annual continuing research >
IRB Modifications
Background information and references>
IRB References and Guidelines

When planning your submissions to the IRB, please consider the annual variability inIRB activity shown to the left. Submissions in Feb-March and September-October will be competing for board and compliance office time to a greater extent than other months.

IRB Chair (Interim):
Dr. Neal Sullivan (

To report an adverse event involving research subjects:

Contact Neal Sullivan (513) 529-2488 as soon as possible.

Research Compliance Office (RCO)
Director: Dr. Neal Sullivan
Associate Director: Mrs. Jennifer Sutton (

Multi-Agency Federal Wide Assurance:
  • FWA 00000397 Expires 2 May 2022
  • MU IORG ID: 0000563 Expires 11-Oct-2020
  • MU IRB Registration ID: 00000895


Institutional Review Board for the Use of Human Subjects in Research (IRB): In accordance with federal guidelines, the IRB is charged with review of all research involving human subjects at Miami. Each member of the Institutional Review Board is appointed by the President of the University for a three year term.

Please contact The Office for the Advancement of Research and Scholarship if you have questions about this web site:
513-529-3600 or email:

© 2013Miami University | 501 East High Street | Oxford, Ohio 45056 | 513.529.1809


Miami Home