Guidance for Investigators

The Principal Investigator has the primary responsibility for protecting the rights and welfare of human research subjects and for complying with all applicable provisions of the University's FWA, federal laws and regulations and the University's policies and procedures as set forth in Drake IRB Manual.

Before Beginning
         Activities Requiring IRB Review and Approval
         Exempt vs. Expedited vs. Full Board
         Training Information
Submission Requirements
         Exempt Status
         
Expedited Status
         
Full Board Status
Review Process for New Submissions

         Exempt Submissions
         Expedited Submissions
         Full Board Submissions
         IRB Action
Addenda and Amendments
Continuation
Conclusion/Termination
Informed Consent
         Elements of Informed Consent
         Obtaining Informed Consent
         Documentation of Informed Consent
         Informed Consent Language
         Assent of Minors and Consent of Parent(s)/Guardian(s)
         Exceptions from Informed Consent Requirements

Please contact the IRB with any questions or concerns

515-271-DIRB (3472)
irb@drake.edu

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May 1, 2015
About 50 Drake University alumni, faculty members, and students of Drake's actuarial science program gathered yesterday for an evening of networking and celebration. The annual Actuarial Science Alumni Evening was held in Levitt Hall of Drake's Old Main.
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