Human Research Protections
Princeton University is committed to conducting research with the highest regard for the welfare of human subjects. The University's human research protection program is based on the principles of justice, beneficence, and respect for persons as set forth in Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research (often referred to as the Belmont Report). Through strong institutional leadership and oversight, the University ensures that all research involving human participants is conducted in a manner that safeguards and promotes health and welfare, protects human rights, and ensures the safety and well-being of participants. The actions of all faculty, students and staff will conform to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. The program is committed to providing timely and high quality review and monitoring of human research projects and facilitating excellence in human subjects research.
The following University entities ensure human research protections:
Institutional Review Board
Phone: (609) 258-0865