Behavioral/NonMedical IRB (IRB02) is responsible for reviewing and
a subset of the research with human
subjects conducted at the University of Florida. This
board reviews research studies that involve: behavioral
non-invasive physiological recordings, analysis of documents that were
previously gathered for nonresearch purposes, evaluation of
behavioral/social interventions or manipulations, educational
assessments, interviews, surveys, cognitive tests, and taste/food
evaluations of wholesome food within FDA regulations.
The IRB02 can
research conducted by investigators working within all colleges of the
University of Florida, including the UF Main Campus, UF Health
Shands HealthCare, Inc., and the Brain Institute.
The IRB02 cannot review human subjects research involving
invasive biological or medical techniques, HIPAA-protected
personal health information, experimental medications, or experimental
treatment of patient populations or research involving the use of the North Florida/South Georgia VA Health Systems facilities, staff or patients. These protocols are reviewed by the
of Florida IRBs.