Why do I have to submit the entire research proposal? Will just the vertebrate animals section suffice?
Two reasons, (1) PHS policy states the IACUC must provide verification that the IACUC has reviewed and approved those sections of the application that involve use of vertebrate animals, This includes preliminary data, specific aims, research design and methods as well as the vertebrate animals section. (2) Yale wants to reduce the regulatory/paperwork burden as much as possible, therefore, collating sections of the proposal to photocopy or e-mail for submission is time consuming and may lead to relevant portions of the proposal being excluded in the submission to the Sponsored Research Analyst . Q: I am submitting a Competing Renewal and I am concerned the study section will take my Pending response to the vertebrate animal approval date as an indication that my current work has no IACUC approval or that I have not been working on this project. A: If you are more comfortable submitting the proposal with IACUC Sponsored Research Analyst (SRA) review and approval completed please submit
- I submitted a Biotechnology Research Grant (BRG) preproposal and was invited to submit a full BRG proposal. Do I have to submit the full BRG proposal in the same funding cycle?
- Why do I have to submit the entire research proposal? Will just the vertebrate animals section suffice?
- When am I required to submit a proposal involving research with human participants to the IRB?