For the review of research involving human participants
Welcome! As part of its educational mission, SUNY Cortland supports and fosters research in order to advance knowledge and scholarship. When research activities involve human participants, ethical standards have been articulated to protect the rights and welfare of volunteers.
Do you have a question about volunteering for research? Do you have a question about participating in research? Are you seeking information about research participant rights? Would you like to submit a suggestion or do you have a concern you would like the IRB to address?
Read the Research Participants Brochure (PDF), then contact the IRB by e-mail email@example.com, by phone 607-753-2511, or by mail: Institutional Review Board, Miller Building, Room 206, PO Box 2000, Cortland, NY 13045
Are you seeking information about institutional approval or IRB review to conduct research at SUNY Cortland when not affiliated with this institution?
The SUNY Cortland IRB uses individual investigator agreements and similar procedures to avoid duplication of effort, when possible. Contact the IRB for more information instructions before beginning an application (email firstname.lastname@example.org).