IRB and IACUC Approvals – When Do You Need to Submit?
Guidance for when to submit to the IRB or IACUC.
Guidance for Principal Investigators (PIs) who are leaving to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS). PIs should also consult with their department administrator for additional guidance.
Transferring To ISMMS
Guidance for Principal Investigators (PIs) who are transferring to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS). PIs should also consult with their department administrator for additional guidance.
Mandatory Training for In Vivo Research
Training is required for all personnel (faculty, staff or students) working with animals or who are listed on the IACUC protocol. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Training, Annual Occupational Health and Safety Questionnaire (OHSQ).
Supplemental, Activity Specific Training
Supplemental training may be required for all individuals completing specific tasks in a laboratory (research or clinical; biological or chemical).
Laboratory Safety Specific Resources
Each laboratory at Mount Sinai is an unique environment. Laboratory specific training is required to ensure researchers are aware of the specific hazards present in their labs, are familiar with the location of safety equipment, and understand how to evacuate safely in the event of an emergency.
Training is required for all individuals working in a laboratory (research or clinical; biological or chemical), using lasers, radioactivity, chemical fume hoods, pathogens, and/or working in dark rooms .
Mandatory Training for All ResearchAffiliating an Existing CITI Account with ISMMS To affiliate your existing CITI account with ISMMS follow the steps below: Log in to CITI Program. Select “Click here to affiliate with another institution”, and select “Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai”. Enter...
Institutional Biosafety Committee Submission
The ISMMS Institutional Biosafety Program monitors all laboratory activities involving recombinant DNA and synthetic DNA molecules as required by the National Institute of Health (NIH) Guidelines.