(redirected from Institutional Review Board)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

BOARD. This word is used to designate all the magistrates of a city or borough, or all the managers or directors of any institution; as, the board of aldermen; the board of directors of the Bank of North America. The majority of the board have in general the power to perform the acts of the whole board, but sometimes they are restrained by their charters, and it requires a greater number to perform certain acts.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
References in periodicals archive ?
Legality, social research, and the challenge of institutional review boards. Law & Society Review, 41(4), 757-776.
employed as faculty or staff, the librarian really cannot serve in the role of community member on their institution's Institutional Review Board. However, there are other avenues for participation that should be considered not only by librarians interested in the work of these important groups, but also by institutional administrators and IRB offices and governance.
It was as a result of these abuses that the government instituted regulations to govern research involving human subjects and established institutional review boards to approve and oversee clinical studies.
Axcella conducts Institutional Review Board -approved, non-investigational new drug application (Non-IND) clinical studies in humans with its AXA candidates under US Food and Drug Administration regulations and guidance supporting research with food.
The protocol amendment has been approved by an independent Institutional Review Board and is in the process of being implemented at clinical trial sites.
Schrag (history, George Mason U.) describes the origins and development of the institutional review board system intended to provide ethical guidance to social science research in the United States.
Maryland, US-based institutional review board in clinical research Chesapeake IRB has acquired Maryland, US-based institutional review board MaGil IRB, to support IRB growth in the clinical research industry, the company said.
(BRTX) has received approval from the Western Institutional Review Board to complete a retrospective safety study on selected subjects previously treated by the company's brtxDISC bulging and herniated disc procedure.
Faculty from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center explain the role of the institutional review board in the conduct of clinical trials, the importance of collaborating with a statistician when writing clinical and translational research proposals, methods for screening study participants, and data collection techniques.
Institutional Review Board management and function, 2d ed.
Study Design and Setting The current study was approved by the appropriate Institutional Review Board. The study was a small pilot project intended to generate hypotheses.

Full browser ?