Streamlyne for Human Subjects Researchers
Streamlyne can be accessed at https://research.unco.streamlyne.org. All UNC faculty, research staff, graduate students conducting research as part of their program, and McNair undergraduate students automatically have access to the Streamlyne IRB module.
To login, use your UNC email address and network password. Students must use their @bears.unco.edu email and password.
If your affiliation to campus is outside of the categories mentioned above and you cannot access Streamlyne, you may need to request access by using the Opt-in form. Students - please have your advisor opt you in or contact Nicole Morse at 970-351-1910 for assistance. Please be sure all information (especially email address) is correct on the form before submitting. Students need to use their @bears.unco.edu email and all faculty and staff need to use their email@example.com email. Any errors will result in a delay and and a failure to receive access.
Help Using Streamlyne
UNC Streamlyne IRB User Manual (pdf) The UNC Streamlyne Researcher User Manual is a great resource for step-by-step instructions on initiating and submitting a new protocol, making modifications, and submitting a renewal.
UNC Streamlyne Basics Manual (pdf) If you need help with some of the common Streamlyne elements, such as logging in, using the action list and lookup functions, you'll find this manual helpful.
If you just need help with one element of the Streamlyne IRB module, please check out the following Tip Sheets. Each Tip Sheet provides a quick step-by-step for a specific process.
- How to approve a student project as their research advisor
- How to check the status of your protocol
- How to view/print your IRB approval letter
- How to submit a modification request for an Exempt project
For all UNC researchers, this instructional video details the new project submission process.