Please note: Due to the significant increase in the number of studies you should allow up to three weeks for an initial review.
The Joint Georgia State University-Georgia Institute of Technology Center for Advanced Brain Imaging Institutional Review Board was established to oversee human subjects research protocols conducted at the Center located at 831 Marietta Street. The Board is comprised of faculty and administrators from Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology and the greater Atlanta community. Administrative support for the Board is provided by the Georgia Tech Office of Research Integrity Assurance.
- Establish a Georgia Tech IRBWise user account. (This is in addition to your GSU IRBWISE account). Forward your account request, along with your full name, email address, telephone number, and departmental affiliation to:
Shelia L. White, Senior Compliance Officer
Georgia State University
Office of Research Integrity
The Georgia Tech Office of Research Integrity Assurance will send you an email containing your new Georgia Tech IRBWise account information.
- Prepare the protocol online in Georgia Tech IRBWISE. Principal Investigators must be members of the GSU faculty; students may not be PIs on protocols.
- Forward the protocol to your appropriate administrator (Chair, Dean, Director, Department Head) for sign-off. He/she will submit the protocol to the Joint Center for Advanced Brain Imaging IRB for review. Georgia Tech IRBWise accounts have been established for Georgia State University faculty with departmental sign-off privileges.
The Joint Center for Advanced Brain Imaging IRB generally meets on the third Monday of the month. Protocol submissions must be received by the first week of the month to be added to that month’s meeting agenda.
Office of Research Integrity Assurance
Georgia Institute of Technology
Kelly Winn, Associate Director for Regulatory Affairs
Melanie Clark, Associate Director for IRBs
Barbara S. Henry, Executive Director, Office of Research Integrity Assurance