Description: Documents the activities and decisions of the Suffolk University IRB, which
evaluates all research proposals involving human participants with respect to the Federal government's Office for Human Research Protections established ethical guidelines.
Examples: Records may include agendas, decisions, IRB member lists, IRB correspondence and reports, RAR forms, meeting minutes, IRB applications, and research proposals submitted to IRB.
Retention Period: Retain for 10 years after grant completion and closing, and then securely destroy.
Authority: 21 C.F.R. § 56.115; 45 C.F.R. § 46-115