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Decision Trees for Human Subjects Requirements

For more information, see NIAID Human Subjects Resources.

Determine if NIH will consider proposed research to be human subjects:

View how reviewers determine if proposed research has complied with human subjects requirements and the outcomes of their decisions: 

For additional information on applying, see NIAID Human Subjects Application and Grant Handbook.

For information about terms and topics that are unfamiliar, check out the Glossary of Funding and Policy Terms and Acronyms.

Numerical coding, identified in the decision trees, is assigned at peer review.

Last Updated April 19, 2016

Last Reviewed April 19, 2016