Active COVID-19 Studies at Mount Sinai

How to access the current list of active COVID-19 studies The ORS works with PPHS to continually update the list of current active inpatient and outpatient COVID-19 studies. The list is provided only for MSHS faculty and staff. Click here to access the list in the...

COVID-19 Research Ramp Down Guidance

COVID-19 Protocol Review Process for Clinical Research Protocol Review Process - Required for Interventional & Non-Interventional Studies We have developed a streamlined process for reviewing COVID-19 protocols that our Mount Sinai investigators are developing as...

COVID-19 Sponsored Research Guidance

GCO Policy for Charging Personal Protective Equipment to NIH Grants and Cooperative Agreements as Direct Costs - Clinical Trials and Clinical Research - NOT-OD-20-164 (09/11/2020) Please see the recently released NIH notice below on charging Personal Protective...

COVID-19 Research Resources & Facilities

CRIO and Scientific Computing Chest CT scans and chest x-rays now added to COVID-19 datasets Scientific Computing continues to enhance and update the de-identified COVID-19 datasets, which currently consist of over 250 distinct data elements. A radiology file has now...

COVID-19 Laboratory Research Ramp-up Guidance

Dean’s Office Research Update - Guidelines for the new year (01/06/2022) Dear Fellow Researchers, We want to welcome everyone back to campus after the holiday break. As you know, we are in the throes of a surge in COVID-19 cases due to the highly contagious...

COVID-19 Human Subject Research Guidance

Dean’s Office and PPHS Update on Research Procedures that may Generate Aerosol (06/28/2022) TO:All Faculty, Staff, and StudentsFROM:Rosalind J. Wright, MD MPHDean for Translational Biomedical SciencesIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai DATE:June 28,...

COVID-19 Protocol Review Process for Clinical Research

A COVID-19 protocol review committee has been established to enhance the research that is being performed at Mount Sinai and ensure that we can provide resources to accommodate as many meritorious studies as possible by minimizing redundancies and competition for finite resources and promoting team science and collaboration.