Resources for Investigators
Medical research is guided by many regulations, policies, and guidelines, and they are supported by various resources and offices at YSM.
Office of Team Science
The mission of the Office of Team Science (OTS) is to provide infrastructure to support the development, organization, and submission of large, multi-component, interdisciplinary grant proposals.
Office of Physician-Scientist and Scientist Development
The Office of Physician-Scientist and Scientist Development seeks to address the practical challenges encountered at different career stages, to create community and mentorship that spans all phases of training, to ensure protected time and research support, and to foster collaborations that will drive future discoveries.
Office of Health Equity Research
The Office of Health Equity Research is the organizing center of health equity research at Yale School of Medicine. Our goal is to support current and expanding health equity research at Yale by providing shared resources and infrastructure.
Yale Center for Clinical Investigation
The mission of YCCI is to train the next generation of clinical and translational scientists and to provide a robust infrastructure that promotes innovative and collaborative research directed at improving patient care.
YSM Biobank is a coordinated biorepository that allows for the alignment of collected tissue, plasma, serum and genetic samples, and clinical data, using common processes and information systems.
University Research Support
Connect with Research Administration, Research Compliance, Sponsored Projects, IRB, Conflict of Interest, and more.
Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC)
Yale University is committed to the conduct of research and research training activities in a scientifically responsible and ethical manner.
Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight (ESCRO)
In order to ensure adherence to ethical and legal principles of hESC research, Yale University has established an Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight (ESCRO) Committee as recommended by the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine of the National Academies' 2005 Guidelines for hESC Research.