Conduct Your Research

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How we work to a world-class standard.

Several offices under the Vice Provost for Research and Scholarship are dedicated to ensuring the integrity, safety and compliance of the sponsored programs we undertake. These professionals have a deep knowledge of regulatory requirements and know how to ensure that the end product of your work meets the utmost standards.

POST-AWARD ADMINISTRATION

Partner with Research Administration’s post-award team to set up , manage, and close-out your project. Find post-award forms and grants management tools.

REGULATORY AFFAIRS & ASSESSMENT

Ensure your work meets standards for conflicts of interest, disclosures, effort reporting, export control, financial management, foreign involvement and other regulations.

research capacity and operations

Teams that support reporting and data on sponsored projects at the University. They develop and maintain grant agreement management systems, effort certification and reporting, and research information technology.

DIVISION OF VETERINARY RESOURCES

The Division of Veterinary Resources (DVR) is the unit responsible for the oversight and implementation of the animal care and use program.  The University is accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International (AAALAC)  and licensed by the USDA. This team ensures the welfare of tens of thousands of laboratory animals across the three University campuses.

CORE FACILITIES AND SHARED RESOURCES (CORES)

Access over a dozen shared resources, including animal facilities, imaging, biostatistics, research supplies and specialized marine science resources

COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING INITIATIVE (CITI)

Web-based training in multiple areas of research compliance and ethics, including animal subjects, biosafety and biosecurity, conflicts of interest, and export control.