Who receives these IRB Board Action Notices / Letters of Approval?
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The Principal Investigator of record is responsible for all aspects of a research protocol involving human subjects, and is the person who will receive formal correspondence from the North Texas Regional IRB.
The principal investigator may designate, in writing, other project personnel to receive copies of such notices or correspondence, and such designation should be sent directly to the IRB for inclusion in the protocol folder. However, the principal investigator is still fully responsible for acting on such correspondence from the North Texas Regional IRB.
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