UW Today: Featured Research
Exciting research is taking place all over campus. Visit UW Today – Research to see what research is being featured.
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.
Federal agencies have delayed implementation of the revised human subjects regulations (the “Common Rule”) until July 19, 2018. Questions? Contact the Human Subjects Division at email@example.com
Need to confirm that you have completed a required training, or whether or not it has expired? Visit MyResearch Training Transcript – your resource for institutional research-required training records.
The human subjects regulations that govern most UW human subjects research have been revised as of January 21, 2019. See HSD’s Revised Common Rule webpage for details and resources.
Governor Inslee signed bill SB 5786 that removes redundant state requirements about human subjects records research already protected by federal regulations. This reduces significant burden to research teams! HSD Director Karen Moe has worked for years in support of this bill, which takes effect on July 28, 2019. Congrats Karen!
The newly redesigned online refresher highlights recent changes in research administration and policy. View your completed record in MyResearch Training Transcript.
Our newly published webpage, “Foreign Interests in Sponsored Programs” provides guidance and resources from our federal sponsors on this important and timely issue. We will be posting new information as it becomes available.
We enthusiastically announce the launch of the new Certificate in Research Administration! This certificate provides coursework on research administration practices, policies and procedures, and supports UW learners in forging career pathways.
The Shared Research Facilities and Resources webpage offers an index of resources that include essential services, advanced instrumentation, and technical expertise needed for cutting-edge research. Do you have equipment, facilities or research that are available to the UW community? Contact Us!
-Research operations should continue, see guidance
-Some human subjects research has been temporarily halted (see HSD COVID-19 page)
-OSP & HSD standing by to facilitate SARS-CoV-2 & COVID-19 proposals
In a top ranked organization with over $1.6 Billion in research funding, our staff are required to have a high level of knowledge, expertise and training to keep up with complex requirements along with a heavy workload. Thanks to our outstanding Research Administrators at the University of Washington!
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. The focus of EH&S is to promote a culture of safety!
Develop or expand your cyber awareness toolkit with information and training from the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer.
Whether you are starting out in your first position as a primary investigator, an experienced investigator new to the UW, or research administrator, our New to UW Research webpage will help you find the resources you need.
On June 19, 1865, Union General Granger informed the enslaved African Americans of their freedom and that the Civil War had ended.
This is a day that calls for respectful acknowledgment of our past and a reflection on our future. Let us all do our part to create lasting change.
The new SAGE Advance Budget Request process is now available! The new process includes automated eligibility checks, online approvals for campus, and a new, more intuitive design.
On September 1, 2021, Mari Ostendorf was named the UW’s fourth Vice Provost for Research
Honoring our Research Administrators who manage the complexities and sheer workload that support $1.89B in sponsored grants and contracts for FY21. We applaud each and every one!
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.