The IRB is available to address concerns, questions and suggestions. Please contact the IRB office at 225-763-2693 or email@example.com to set up an appointment.
This guidance document assists Pennington Biomedical investigators with determining which activities require IRB review.
During the conduct of the study, changes to the protocol may be proposed or unintentional changes in the conduct of the study may be discovered. This guidance assist investigators on reporting requirements for protocol violations and deviations.
This document provides information and guidance for researchers and IRBs on Research Funded by the Department of Education and/or institutions receiving Department of Education funds.
The following guidance describes the process for determining whether an event qualifies as an “Unanticipated Problem”, which requires reporting to the IRB.