The name of the office coordinating with the Texas Tech University Institutional Review Board (IRB) has changed to the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP). The IRB’s mission to protect the rights and welfare of human subjects participating
in research at Texas Tech will not change. The new name will better reflect services
provided by the office that do not involve the IRB. This website continues to offer
step-by-step instructions for submitting human subjects research proposals, forms
for proposal packets, and policies and procedures. You also will find training information,
information on federal regulations as well as other resources.
Begin here. Find suggestions on how to get started and what resources you will need.
Does the project need IRB review?Use the interactive module to help determine if IRB
review is needed
Have a question? Check here first to find the answer you're looking for.
Meeting days for Full Board and proposal review time frame.
Find information and links to human subjects research training courses.
The resource toolbox contains regulations, reports, documents and website links important
to human subjects research.
Step-by-step instructions on submitting a complete human subjects research proposal.
Forms and examples needed for human subjects research
Total Online Electronic Submissions:
The proposal submission process will be changing. More >>
Human Research Protection Program
Administration Building, Room 357
Box 41075 | MS 1075
Lubbock, TX 79409-1075
(806) 742-2064 ofc | (806) 742-3947 fax
HRPP Contact Information
- No IRB Meetings will be held in November and December
- Next Meeting:
Jan. 27, 2015
- School Closing
Dec. 22 -
Jan. 1, 2015
Due to circumstances beyond our control, there will be delays in turnaround times
from the staff and reviewers. We appreciate your understanding.