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A graduate course offered to health sciences students wishing to pursue a MD/MS degree and for other medical and health sciences students/scholars and taught by the team of Columbia faculty experts.
The IRB liaison serves as a link between the IRB and Columbia University Irving Medical Center investigators who have submitted a protocol for review by one of the medical center IRBs.
Our executive conference room is available for university and hospital-sponsored meetings. It is located on PH10 near the elevator lobby.
Co-sponsored by the Clinical Trials Office, this program provides one-time, $75,000-awards for junior faculty to conduct pilot studies leading to future independent funding.
Irving Scholars are selected on the basis of research proposals that reflect independent, well-developed scientific initiative in clinical investigation.
The KL2 Award prepares young investigators for careers in patient-oriented research. The award serves as a "bridge" by which young junior faculty can achieve research independence.
The Irving Institute can provide letters of support including, but not limited to, research proposals, training grants, and conferences.
Research protocols requiring infusion services can be conducted in the inpatient unit. Expert research nursing staff is available 24 hours to assist in protocol implementation in the unit.
The Master of Science in Patient-Oriented Research is two-year, 30-credit master's degree program comprised of a multidisciplinary series of courses and colloquia.
The Irving Institute Education Center’s available facilities include Resource Rooms (Capacity of combined space: 66 people) and a Conference Room (Capacity: 10 people).