For training and COI disclosure requirements, please refer to "IRB Training Requirements of Investigators and Key Personnel; and Conflict of Interest (COI) Requirements for 'Investigators for the Purposes of COI'"
For more information, contact the SUNY DMC IRB at 718-613-8480. For verification of training or COI submissions of Downstate employees, please contact Nakih Gonzales at 718-270-4372 or email@example.com
Instructions for COI Disclosures NYC Health +Hospitals/Kings County investigators:
Employees of NYC Health +Hospitals/Kings County must e-mail a copy of their completed COI Disclosure Form to Dr. Imah Jones at Imah.Jones@nychhc.org. Be sure to include the name of the study and indicate the research is being reviewed by the SUNY Downstate IRB. Dr. Jones will return the determination to the investigator making the request. Once the (COI) determination document (e.g. adjudication letter) is issued by NYC H+H COI Committee, please add the document in the IRB submission package in IRBNet. If a management plan is needed for a Significant Financial Interest, the NYC H+H COI Committee will develop a Management Plan to be shared with the SUNY Downstate IRB and the SUNY Downstate Conflict of Interest Committee.
The conflict of interest (COI) determination document (e.g. adjudication letter) from NYC Health +Hospitals/Kings County should include:
If there are any SFI’s, please provide a COI management plan approved by their employer.
For any additional information on the NYC Health +Hospitals/Kings County process please contact one of the following NYC Health +Hospitals/Kings County Facility Research Coordinators:
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The U.S. Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) offers various training options to help understand Health and Human Services Regulations. Click on the links below for additional information:
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has several web resources for educational materials, some of which are described below: