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Clinical Research Facilities

The Rockefeller University Hospital is home to the university’s Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS), which provides infrastructure and resources to investigators conducting research in human subjects. The hospital has 20 inpatient beds and 9 outpatient exam rooms.

Clinical Trials

Opportunities to participate in clinical trials are available to both healthy volunteers and people with specific diseases under study. Patients and volunteers who consent to participate in research studies are treated without charge and have the opportunity to contribute to important advances in medical science.

Hospital Administration

The Hospital has assembled a superior team of leaders in their respective fields of study.

Advisory Committee

The Advisory Committee on Clinical and Translational Science (ACCTS) is responsible to the Principal Investigator of the CTSA grant and provides the overall governance of the Center. The ACCTS supervises and reviews the operations of all aspects of the Center, setting general policies, delineating common needs of Center investigators, and evaluating projects for Center use.

Institutional Review Board

The Rockefeller University IRB reviews the ethical suitability of all investigations in the University that involve human subjects.