Research News – October 2018

Research News

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Executive Chair, Jonathan Green MD, MBA, has left the University to assume a leadership position at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). We will appoint an interim IRB Executive Chair while we conduct a national search for a new leader for this integral position
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SBIR/STTR Training Seminar – Do you think you have a great business idea, but need funding?
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Register for the 2018 NIH Fellowship Workshop – The NIH Fellowship Writing Workshop is offered to graduate students and postdocs in order to teach them proposal-writing skills, with the goal of applying to an appropriate fellowship or grant
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IDDRC Core Project and Immediate Pilot Funding Opportunity – The Washington University Intellectual and Developmental Disability Research Center (WUIDDRC) is now accepting applications for inclusion of an investigator-initiated modular R01 ($250,000/YR Direct Cost x 5 years) in its 2020 competing renewal application
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The Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) is accepting applications for programs providing advanced training in Clinical Investigation! Postdocs, Fellows, Faculty, Jr. Faculty, and Instructors are encouraged to apply for MTPCI and MSCI. Protocol Development & Implementation Services for Investigator-Initiated Clinical Trials
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Protocol Development & Implementation Services for Investigator-Initiated Clinical Trials – The School of Medicine is committed to supporting clinical and translational research and the development of investigator-initiated, innovative clinical research studies. We would like to announce that we are providing protocol development and implementation services for investigator-initiated clinical research studies in partnership with the School’s Center for Clinical Studies (CCS) and the Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS)
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COI Delegate Access Now Available! – You can now add delegates and allow them to enter certain disclosure information on your behalf in the COI Module of the Research Management System (RMS). The delegator remains ultimately responsible for the accuracy of all disclosure information
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For the June and July deadlines, we strongly encouraged investigators and administrators to prepare, finalize and submit proposals prior to the last day of the deadline. This is something we encourage regardless of when a proposal is due, and the heavy deadlines of October 5, and November 5, are no exception
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Reminder: Thoroughly disclosing personal financial interests
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Certificates of Confidentiality (CoCs) Requirements for Human Subjects Research, including Biospecimens, Genomic Data, and Non-Anonymous Research
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Research News – February 2019

The Federal Government is actively examining foreign influences on federally funded research. As a PI, you are responsible for promptly disclosing a foreign component when a significant scientific element or segment of the research is conducted outside of the U.S. and/or is supported by a foreign entity. You are also …

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Research News – January 2019

New National Institutes of Health Policy for T Grants – On November 7, 2018, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued a policy requiring applications for institutional training grants (T15, T32, T34, T35, T36, T37, T90/R90, TL1, TL4) must include a letter on institutional letterhead signed by a key institutional leader that …

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Research News – December 2018

Getting ready to apply for a grant and don’t know where to start? Set yourself up for success with tips from the experts at NIH. Quickly learn how to access application forms, ensure your application is a good fit for an announcement, and make an important final check of your …