Clinical Trials & Research
Montefiore Einstein Office of Clinical Trials
Services Offered by the Office of Clinical Trials
The Office of Clinical Trials (OCT) is available to help sort through the maze and break down barriers that investigators and research staff often come up against when filing submissions, initiating and conducting a clinical trial.
Our experienced team can help you identify and implement the services you will need to be successful:
- Budget design and negotiation
- Contract negotiation
- IRB submission
- Subject recruitment and retention planning
- Invoicing for services rendered
- Regulatory documentation
- Data storage
Important Note Concerning the IRBs: The Einstein Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) promotes and protects the rights and welfare of all human research participants. Affiliated organizations include all of the colleges and schools of Yeshiva University, Montefiore Medical Center, Jacobi Medical Center and North Central Bronx Hospital. Einstein's two IRBs (formerly known as the Committee on Clinical Investigations (CCI) and the Montefiore Medical Center IRB) facilitate excellence in human research by extending personalized guidance and support to the research community through timely and high quality service, education, review, and monitoring. Two IRB meetings are held monthly to review full board items while all other transactions are reviewed upon receipt on an ongoing basis. The IRB manager is David Wallach, CIP; the chairs of the IRB committees are Michael Reichgott, MD, PhD (East Campus) and Shlomo Shinnar, MD, PhD (West Campus). In addition, some studies fall under the jurisdiction of the Biomedical Research Alliance of New York (BRANY) IRB.
Visit Albert Einstein College of Medicine for more information.