The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research

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Resources for Investigators

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research provides a comprehensive infrastructure for its state-of-the-art clinical and translational research programs. Learn about the array of resources and support services available to our research community.

Grants Management Office

GMO promotes and provides access to extramural funding for health system projects and programs.

Office of Research Compliance

The ORC develops and distributes standards of conduct, policies and procedures to the research community.

Clinical Research Services

Facilitate the conduct of quality research and assist Investigators in all aspects of clinical trial.

Administrative Information

See information provided by The Feinstein Institute on grants, policies and procedures, biostatistics and more.

Human Research Protection Program (HRPP)

Our mission is to facilitate and promote the ethical and safe conduct of research with human subjects.

Research Information Systems

The RIS provides the necessary technical tools, services and support for our research community.

The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)

Federally mandated committee charged with ensuring proper care and use of animals in research.

Safety Office

Providing guidance and oversight by developing programs which allow investigators, researchers and staff to perform quality research.

Research Policy and Training

Evaluate and manage the development, maintenance and delivery of policies and associated training related to research.

Laboratory Research Resources

Core laboratory facilities which assist investigators with their research and promote the highest quality research.


Read about the process of gathering, analyzing and interpreting data in order to validate research objectives.

Center for Comparative Physiology (CCP)

Providing the best possible animal care and assisting investigators in fulfilling their obligation to conduct animal research.