The Institutional Review Board (IRB) facilitates and promotes the ethical conduct of research with human subjects at Farmingdale State College. The IRB is the administrative body that oversees the conduct of research involving human subjects at Farmingdale State College.
Our mission is to protect the rights and welfare of participants in human research. The IRB supports, facilitates and promotes the ethical conduct of research involving humans.
There is one IRB committee on campus and it reviews, approves and monitors all research involving human subjects. The IRB offers services in support of research and compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations governing human subject protections.
The IRB Administrator can provide you with:
What you need to know about human subjects research and what you need to consider when developing your research proposals.
Information you need to conduct your research and remain in compliance.
Ongoing education on human subject research issues through computer based training.
Submitting a request to the IRB should include the forms applicable to your research from the list below:
In addition to the pertinent forms you must complete one of the IRB training programs at:
Please submit your application and forms in both electronic and hard copy UNSTAPLED format to
IRB Administrator – Dawn Grzan
Farmingdale State College
2350 Broadhollow Rd
Horton Hall RM 110
Farmingdale, NY 11735