The Saybrook IRB reviews all research activities conducted by Saybrook faculty, staff, and student researchers, including student research proposals for a master's thesis or project, or a dissertation. The procedures we follow are mandated by federal law (Title 45, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 46). The Saybrook IRB reviews research plans to ensure these studies include safeguards to protect the rights and welfare of the participants who consent to take part in your research.
Effective August 31, 2020, all Saybrook IRB applications are submitted and reviewed online in Mentor IRB. The button below will open a new tab with
Mentor IRB and will log you in using your Saybrook login credentials.
Note: If you get logged out, or timed out, while using Mentor IRB, you may be asked to enter your Institutional ID to log back in. Our Institutional ID is:
More information about Saybrook IRB guidance materials,
Mentor IRB training, CITI Program human research ethics training, weekly drop-in IRB office hours, can be found on the
IRB Guidance & Support page, including a link to our Research & IRB Calendar that lists training events and Zoom meeting information.