UW Today: Featured Research
Exciting research is taking place all over campus. Visit UW Today – Research to see what research is being featured.
In a top ranked organization with over $1.3 Billion in total research funding, our staff are required to have a high level of knowledge, expertise and training to keep up with the complex requirements along with a very heavy workload. Thanks to our outstanding Research Administrators at the University of Washington!
Join the “Foundation Funding for Early Career Faculty” webcast 10/4/17 to learn about funding opportunities designed to help faculty launch their careers, best practices, submission and review processes and review criteria, the UW’s limited submissions process, resources for support, and more.
National Biosafety Month is a perfect time to refocus your attention on all biosafety policies, practices and procedures. Investigators and lab managers should raise biosafety awareness, and discuss the importance of safety. This year EH&S is focusing on sharps safety in research and exposure response.
The Grants.gov transition from Adobe Form Packages to their online solution Workspace on January 1, 2018 may impact your next federal proposal submission.
The NEW NIH Certificate of Confidentiality (CoC) policy broadens the definition of identifiable human subjects data, applies to all active NIH funded research, and has specific requirements for when identifiable data can be shared.
Circular lifecycle graphic with four quadrants. The four quadrants represent the following steps in the research process: Plan and propose, setup, manage, and closeout. Plan and Propose includes the development of a sponsored research project to final proposal submission. Setup includes setting up the infrastructure for successful management of your award. Manage includes managing award funds, reporting, and post-award changes. Closeout includes final financial and research reporting, dissemination of data, and records retention.
The Office of Research will create an outstanding climate of support for
University of Washington researchers, broadly enabling stellar research advances.