The Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) is responsible for the review of all research involving recombinant DNA molecules or the use of infectious materials. Research projects and labs involving the use of such objects are to be submitted for review at IBC convened meetings. Research is to be conducted in accordance with Ball State University policy and with applicable provisions of federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
Attention researchers! Beginning Monday, March 10, the Office of Research Integrity will be updating all forms used in IBC Research Protocol Submission. The new IBC forms can be accessed through IRBNet in the Document Library, under Forms and Templates. Forms will no longer be available to download via the ORI website.
The new forms require Adobe Reader Version XI and are all in PDF form. Mac Users: You will need to use the Adobe Reader and not Finder to view and use these forms. Old forms are no longer being accepted for submission. Any submission containing the old IBC forms will need to be re-submitted using the new version of the forms.
We have recently added two new forms to the Document Library, including a Modification/Amendment form and a Final Report form. To make changes to an existing protocol, please complete and submit a Modification/Amendment form. To close out a protocol, please use the Final Report form. Both can be located in the Document Library on IRBNet.
For questions about IBC, contact John Mulcahy, Associate Director of Research Integrity, or Jennifer Weaver, Research Integrity Administrator.
For information about how to submit IBC protocols, please visit our IRBNet pages.
Many of the documents on our Web site require Adobe Reader: Download it free here.
For more information on the Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories (BMBL), check out the CDC's website and download the full document or only the sections you need.
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