NEW INVESTIGATORS AND RESEARCH SUPPORT STAFF: THINGS YOU MUST DO

Wizard for Investigators and Research Staff

This wizard is for new Mount Sinai investigators and research staff. If you plan to conduct research, assist someone with research paperwork, apply for grants and/or assist someone with grant applications, this wizard is for you. After answering 15 or fewer short questions you will be provided with a list of "Things You Must Do" prior to submitting protocols or conducting research. Contact information is also provided so that you can get to answers to any questions you may have.

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A)  Do you plan to conduct research, assist someone with research paperwork, apply for grants (research or non-research) and/or assist someone with grant applications?
B)  Will you be: (Please do not select more than 2 roles)

PI

Co-Investigator

Post Doc

Other study staff (technician, associate scientist, etc.)

Clinical research coordinator (can not be combined with another role)

Administrator (can not be combined with another role)

C)  Will you be applying for: (check all that apply):

NIH applications

NSF applications

None of the above

D)  Will you be listed on NIH applications?
E)  Will you assist with NIH applications or progress reports?
F)  Will you be performing human subject research?
G)  Will you be performing interventional studies of drugs, devices and/or supplements?
H)  Will you be performing studies that will require clinical research procedures/services be billed to Medicare or non-government insurance for reimbursement?
I)  Will you be engaging in Investigator Initiated studies that require you to create your own case report forms?
J)  Will you need access to view clinical patient records in the conduct of your research, but not otherwise need access to clinical patient records?
K)  Will you be preparing application forms to conduct vertebrate animal research?
L)  Will you be personally engaged in conducting animal research or have contact with research animals?
M)  Will you be using recombinant DNA, infectious agents, or toxic/carcinogenic chemicals?
N)  Will you work with radioactive materials or class 3 or 4 lasers?
O)  Will you be handling human specimens?
You’re done!

Scroll down and click Completed to receive a listing of “Things You Must Do” prior to submitting protocols or conducting research.