IRB Student Mentor

Jacqueline R

The IRB Student Mentor is a Graduate Assistant in the Office for Protection of Research Subjects (OPRS) available to counsel USC student investigators on issues related to human subjects protection and the IRB application process.

The IRB Student Mentor serves as a liaison between USC students and the IRB to develop a better understanding of students’ needs and concerns as they relate to protecting research subjects.

The IRB Student Mentor is also a voting member of the University Park IRB, participates in Full-board meetings and pre-reviews IRB protocols.

Jacqueline is a recent graduate of UCI where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Psychology. She’s a current graduate student at USC in the Rossier School of Education.

The IRB Student Mentor/Member News Articles

IRB Student Mentor (Newsletter feature 2014)

Student Mentor Serves on IRB (IRB Advisor, January 2008)