N.Y. Public Health Law Section 3326
Institutional research licenses


Subject to the provisions of this title, the commissioner is authorized to license an institution, which regularly engages in research, to approve specific projects conducted under its immediate auspices.


An institution seeking a license pursuant to this section shall make application in the same manner as an applicant for a license pursuant to section 3325. However, such institution shall submit, in lieu of a detailed protocol of a specific project, a statement including:


the qualifications and such other data as the commissioner may require regarding each member of the committee within the institution which will approve specific projects;


a description of the system within the institution for approving, supervising and evaluating such projects.


Upon approval of each specific project, such institution shall forward to the commissioner a description of the project, the names and qualifications of the individuals working thereon and of those individuals designated to supervise the project. If administration or dispensing to human subjects is contemplated, there shall also be included a description of the provisions for safe administration or dispensing.


Such institution shall forward to the commissioner periodic progress reports and evaluations of, as well as amendments to each project, in such manner and in such detail as the commissioner may prescribe.

Source: Section 3326 — Institutional research licenses, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/PBH/3326 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

Jun. 22, 2024

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