Protocol Review Wizard

Welcome to the Protocol Review Wizard for submissions through the Icahn School of Medicine

This tool is intended to navigate you through our internal research administrative processes specifically for new projects.

The Wizard will require you to answer between 7-15 questions. You must answer all of the questions in order to see your project's requirements.

Once all questions have been answered, click on the "Submit form" button to see your project's requirements.

Should you have any questions or need guidance with projects that are continuations, modifications, requests for additional funding, etc., please contact the appropriate research office for assistance.

For assistance in determining if your project involves Human Subjects, you can use this WorkSheet or: contact the PPHS at 212-824-8200 If your project involves Stem Cells, please contact the IRB for additional requirements.
If you are unsure, please contact the PPHS at 212-824-8200 before continuing.
Hint: A Clinical Trial is a prospective biomedical or behavioral research study of human subjects that is designed to answer specific questions about biomedical or behavioral interventions (drugs, treatments, devices, or new ways of using known drugs, treatments, or devices). Clinical trials are used to determine whether new biomedical or behavioral interventions are safe, efficacious, and effective.
Hint: If the drug, device, medical product is free answer no.
If you are unsure, please contact the Radiation Safety Committee Analyst at (212) 824-8200 for assistance.
For more information about the CRU, please contact 212-241-6045
If you are unsure, please contact Radiation Safety at (212) 241-2269 for assistance.
Hint: If you are using lasers and unsure of its classification, please contact Radiation Safety at (212) 241-2269
a) Will you be giving any external entity or person access to MSSM intellectual property OR will you be receiving intellectual property from outside of MSSM? Hint: Intellectual Property consists of inventions, patents, copyrights, novel materials etc. b) Will you be exchanging confidential information with the party interested in funding your research or providing materials for your research? Hint: Are new ideas or materials that are not yet published or patented being shared with companies to determine their interest in research collaborations? c) Will the scope of work to be carried out be based on your input and ideas? Hint: Did the company and PI develop it together or did the PI develop and present the scope of work to the company who is choosing to fund it?
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