Reviews research ethics applications where the lead Carleton University researcher is in the:

  • Faculty of Engineering and Design
  • Faculty of Science
  • Department of Psychology
  • Institute of Cognitive Science
  • Research involving any of the following, regardless of the researcher’s faculty or department:
    1. Collection of biological specimens or bodily fluids (e.g., blood, saliva, tissue samples)
    2. Use of a bio-instrument (e.g., electrodes, MRI/X-ray imaging, sensors for blood pressure or temperature)
    3. Use of a bio-intervention (e.g., administration of a drug by mouth or injection, drug testing, medical devices, rehabilitative exercise programs, mental health programs, inducing moderate or severe physical or biological or pharmacological stress)