Research during COVID-19

Access to Zhongbei Campus

Starting January 27, 2021, all community members should re-submit campus access requests with updated Shanghai health code and trip code. Access will be limited to no more than 7 days until further notice. Please visit this page for instructions on how to submit access requests. 

For information on JRI space use during Covid-19, please visit this page

For Zhongbei Campus Geography Building operational support, please contact shanghai.geo.ops@nyu.edu

 

Human Subjects Research, IRB and Office support
(Last updated on August 2, 2021)

Following the university‘s latest travel guidance in China/Shanghai, we want to remind you of the current requirements for conducting in-person human subjects research.

If you are actively conducting research involving in-person interactions, please keep abreast of the risk level of the location(s) where the in-person activities will take place. In addition, follow closely on the national/local epidemic control policies as they evolve and adjust your research plan accordingly as appropriate. As with the previous requirement, if you plan to resume in-person research with human subjects, an amendment describing additional steps to mitigate risks related to the pandemic must be submitted and approved by the IRB. The Covid-19 risk mitigation plan should also be included for any new research that proposes to include in-person activities.

Please be reminded that any modifications to a previously approved research project (e.g., moving your in-person research online) must be approved by the NYU Shanghai IRB before the changes may be implemented. And, you must comply with all applicable relevant university guidelines and procedures when conducting your research.

Please visit our website for the latest updates. If you have any questions, please contact us at RCOinfo@nyu.edu.

 

External Research Grants

The Research Grants Office is closely monitoring guidelines regarding COVID-19’s impact on sponsored projects, including the operations of sponsor agencies and the extension of proposal deadlines. General updates will be announced to the community and any program-specific updates will be brought to the attention of those affected.

For the most current, up-to-date funding information, you can visit our Research Grants Website, or subscribe to the funding announcement mailing list. Please direct any grant related questions to shanghai.researchgrants@nyu.edu

 

Animal Care and Use Program

Vivarium operation and animal care activities remain operational for essential and approved on-site research projects. For any questions regarding the Animal Care and Use Program, please direct your inquiry to nyushanghai-laboratory-animal-resources@nyu.edu.

 

Research Partnerships

We have to change the operations of our regular Student Summer Research Experience Program, due to COVID-19 pandemic. We plan to launch a special SUMMER 2021 research experience program for students from the NYU Global Network, who are currently in China.

We are continuously monitoring developments around COVID-19. Should there be any changes towards the NYU Shanghai/ECNU Joint Graduate Training program, we will adjust our operations to best meet the challenge.

Please contact Shanghai.Research.Partnerships@nyu.edu for more information.

 

Joint Research Institutes

Joint Research Institutes and Centers are hosting all academic events (conferences, seminar series etc.) online until further notice. Our administrative team is working to explore alternative ways for organizing research programs. If you have any exciting research updates or you are working on any projects relevant to COVID-19, please reach out to us. We would love to hear from you! Any questions regarding institute related support and programs may be directed to shanghai.research@nyu.edu.