Institutional Review Board For Human Subject Research

Committee Structure, Functions and Duties

  1. Reviews research proposals for projects involving human subjects. All projects, funded or unfunded, originated at or supported by UW-Platteville, that involve humans as subjects, or data or materials derived from humans, are subject to review. This includes all research involving UWP students, personnel, or facilities.
  2. Publishes the IRB Manual of Policies and Procedures which contains the protocol form and the procedures for submitting and reviewing proposals. This manual is reviewed annually and revised as needed.
  3. Helps faculty understand the federal regulations and prepare protocols.
  4. Coordinates findings with the Office of Sponsored Programs when the research involves extramural funding.
  5. Maintains a file of IRB documents for a period of at least three years as required by federal regulations.
  6. Drafts an assurance statement for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as needed.
  7. Appoints, prior to the fall semester, the community member(s) for a three year term in accordance with 45 CFR 46.107, Protection of Human Subject.


Faculty: (nine faculty with three-year staggered terms, and attention to gender equity in membership, including one faculty member from each college and one member of the Academic & Institutional Research Committee, with the recommendation that there be a member from Psychology and Industrial Engineering)

Member: College: Term Expires:
Dominic Barraclough LAE Education 2004
Patricia Bromley LAE Psychology 2002
Jill Clough EMS Mech. & Ind. Engineering 2002
Cheryl Fuller LAE Criminal Justice 2004
William McBeth LAE Education 2002
Chetna Narayan LAE Psychology 2003
Eric Sauer LAE Education 2003
W. Doyle St. John EMS Chemistry & Engineering Physics 2003
vacant BILSA - 2002
Academic Staff: (one)
Sara Siegert
Community Representative: (one appointed by the committee)
Father Murphy
Ex Officio: (non-voting)
Sponsored Programs Director: Kathryn Lomax