One of the primary IRB-SBS missions is to help student researchers learn how to navigate the IRB process and conduct ethical human subjects research. Let us help you!
Student Support Office Hours:
Thursdays, 2-4 PM, Room 227, Georges Student Center, 2nd Floor Clemons
Introducing the IRB-SBS Student Research Support Specialist: Ashley Williams, IRB-SBS Research Compliance Manager
Ashley is passionate about working with students as they design their own research projects. With over 20 years of experience in teaching and advising undergraduate and graduate students, she is happy to work with students at any phase of the research process such as thinking through research ideas, helping to determine if you need to be reviewed by the IRB-SBS, and assisting you as you work through the IRB-SBS review process.
With a PhD in Linguistics, Ashley taught at UVA in American Studies and Anthropology. Her research examined questions about language, identity, ethnicity, and gender in locations as diverse as the San Francisco and suburban Detroit Chinese-American communities, and the online world of satirical blogs.
Email or call Ashley, or stop by to chat with her during the IRB-SBS Student Support hour at the Georges Student Center in Clemons-- no appointment necessary!
Student Support: Thursdays, 2-4 PM, Room 227, Georges Student Center, 2nd Floor Clemons
IRB-SBS Researchers Guide:
Check out the sections below for information about the IRB-SBS submission and review process as well as specific sections for student researchers.
- iProtocol Getting Started
- Student Researchers and Faculty Sponsors
- IRB-SBS 101
- IRB-SBS Researchers Guide