The Rockefeller University Institutional Review Board (IRB)

The Rockefeller University IRB reviews the ethical suitability of all investigations in the University that involve human participants. This includes all proposals for research as well as ongoing or long-term clinical research protocols. The IRB meets monthly to review and to approve, modify, or disapprove all research projects involving human participants. It approves research projects based on determinations that risks to participants are minimized; risks to participants are reasonable in relation to anticipated benefits; selection of participants is equitable; informed consent will be sought and appropriately documented; the data collected will be monitored to ensure the safety of participants; and the privacy of participants and confidentiality of data will be maintained. The IRB chairperson has signature authority for communicating IRB actions to principal investigators.

The IRB consists of members of both sexes, and includes non-scientific members and members not affiliated with The Rockefeller University. The IRB is administered through the Institutional Review Board Office that utilizes a computerized system to prepare monthly agendas, track protocols through each step of the review and approval process, record minutes of the IRB, and prepare reminders for renewal protocols.

Federalwide Assurance # FWA00004658 (03/10/06 – 01/13/19)
IRB Registration # IRB00000385 (expires 02/08/16)
AAHRPP Accredited (3/11/11 - 3/10/2019)

 

Contact:
 
IRB Chair: Emil C. Gotschlich, MD
Emil.Gotschlich@rockefeller.edu
212 327 8157
 
IRB Specialists:    Dale Miller, BA, CIP
Dale.Miller@rockefeller.edu
212 327 8411

Lynda Mules, MLA, CIP, CCRC
Lynda.Mules@rockefeller.edu
212 327 8511
 
Address: The Rockefeller University
Institutional Review Board
1230 York Avenue, Box 331
New York, New York 10065

 

Clinical Facilities and The Center for Clinical Translational Services

The Rockefeller University Hospital has been devoted solely to patient-oriented research since its founding in 1910. In September 2006, the University was awarded a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the NIH National Center for Research Resources. Rockefeller University Hospital exists solely to conduct clinical research. The specialized personnel and other resources available at the Hospital facilitate clinical research for both the investigator and the research participant.  For links to Clinical Studies and Protocols, and other information about the Hospital, click here.