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Predicting Medical Consequences of Novel Fentanyl Analog Overdose Using ToxIC

Project Grant ID: Grant from NIH

Chief Investigators: Manini, Wax, Brent

Administering Institutions: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, American College of Medical Toxicology

Funding period: 2020-2025

Synopsis: The purpose of this grant is to investigate the risk factors, characterize the novel synthetic opioids used, evaluate the optimal treatments and track regional trends in fentalog overdoses by using the ACMT ToxIC Registry network.

 

CDC - ToxIC Registry Access

Project Grant ID: Vendor for CDC

Chief Investigators: Wax, Brent

Administering Institutions: American College of Medical Toxicology

Funding period: 2020-2023

Synopsis: The purpose of this agreement is to provide the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) access to the ToxIC Registry for surveillance and research projects of mutual interest. 

 

FDA - ToxIC Registry Access

Project Grant ID: Vendor for FDA

Chief Investigators: Wax, Brent

Administering Institutions: American College of Medical Toxicology

Funding period: 2016-2024

Synopsis: The purpose of this agreement is to provide the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) access to the ToxIC Registry for surveillance and research projects of mutual interest. 

 

North American Snakebite Registry

Project Grant ID: Grant from BTG

Chief Investigators: Ruha, Wax, Brent

Administering Institutions: American College of Medical Toxicology

Funding period: 2013-2021

Synopsis: The purpose of this grant is to develop and maintain a detailed patient registry on snakebite envenomation cases seen in the United States using the ACMT ToxIC Registry Program