The Human Research Review Committee (HRRC), an entity of the Office of Research Compliance and Integrity, ensures that the basic rights and welfare of research participants are fostered and protected. The HRRC supports researchers through its coordinated activities in education, regulatory compliance oversight, and post approval-monitoring. All research involving human subjects performed at GVSU and/or by GVSU students, staff, and/or faculty must be reviewed and authorized by the HRRC prior to the beginning of the research.
The HRRC is comprised of GVSU faculty, staff and community members, who review proposed research studies involving living persons.
September 06, 2016
A self-guided tool is now available that walks you through determining whether or not your proposed project is human subjects research.
September 01, 2016
A new IRB Closure Form has been posted on the homepage.
August 09, 2016
New application forms for human subject research are now available for immediate use.
Are you looking to conduct human research? The information below will quickly get you started.
If you are having difficulties opening the application forms on your computer it is likely due to a setting on your preferred browser. This can be fixed within a few seconds (about five mouse clicks). For instructions Click Here. Otherwise, you can download the files and use Adobe Acrobat (or a comparable PDF reader) to open, edit, and save them. (Click an application link to the left. If there is a 'Please wait...' error message window, you need to select the 'Download', or 'Save as' option in that window.)