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Human Subjects in Research

The University of Texas Permian Basin has one IRB responsible for protecting human subjects who participate in research. The IRB provides review and oversight for all human subjects research activities performed on the campus. The UTPB IRB convenes monthly during the fall and spring semesters and only if needed during summer.

Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)

Here you'll find relevant information that will assist new and established researchers. The IBC is committed to assisting faculty, staff, and students with their research while ensuring the University's compliance with all federal regulations.

Grant Applications

Grants.gov Application Guide

This guide shows instructions for filling out the electronic grant application to be submitted through grants.gov. More information on this website: check here.

National Science Foundation - This guide provides key instructions for filling out grant applications to be submitted. 2017 NSF Guide

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This guide provides key instructions for completing grant applications to be submitted through NIH.

Grant FAQs

This FAQ is designed to help faculty and staff with grants by sharing in a concise form the information needed in the grant development process. It will also reflect common professional and university practice. It addresses the issues you may be asking as you work on a grant proposal or program.

If you find an answer to be unclear, if you have further questions, or if you are not sure an answer fits your unique situation, please contact Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. This guide will meet your needs in grant development and administration.

Grant Interest Profile

Each week the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects will email a selection of recently-announced funding opportunities and other information from traditional sponsoring agencies. This funding information will be e-mailed weekly to staff and faculty.

Always look at this guide when considering looking for funding opportunities: Red Flags - Triggers for Export Control Review. If in doubt check the other information in respect of export controls or call the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects.

Faculty and staff are encouraged to place themselves on automatic mailing lists with sponsoring agencies that fit in with their respective fields of interest.

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