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The Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights (WCCHR) is in the process of expanding its research arm, and is actively seeking medical professionals to spearhead research efforts in collaboration with the WCCHR. All client data we collect is stored in a secure, deidentified REDCap database that can be utilized for research purposes. While the Center is unable to provide direct grant support for research efforts, WCCHR is delighted to provide recommendations for applicable grants and assistance with the grant application process. Additionally, the Center's student involvement is eager to collaborate with interested faculty; as such, once approved, projects are likely to receive research support from WCCHR-affiliated medical students. See below for resources on how to get a research project started.

PDF icon WCCHR Research Proposal Template.pdf
PDF icon WCCHR Research Project Guidelines.pdf
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Protocol to Obtain an IRB.pdf

For questions regarding prospective or current research projects with the Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights, please contact:

Nicholas Vernice
Research Development Coordinator
Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights

Weill Cornell Medical College Center for Human Rights 1300 York Avenue, Box #2 New York, NY 10065