All students and postdoctoral researchers participating in National Science Foundation sponsored projects that are newly funded after January 4, 2010 are required to complete training in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR). Please visit the Office of Research's RCR webpage to learn details about the required trainings.
Graduate Funding Information Service. Description is as follows: Works with current and admitted UW graduate students. GFIS helps students identify and use different resources to locate funding opportunities for graduate school-related expenses including tuition, research, and conference and research travel.
Set of courses designed to provide researchers and their staff information and guidance regarding the Billing Compliance in Clinical Research Policy, along with the tools needed to manage the impact of the policy on the budgeting and billing aspects of their research.
Animal Care Committee - Animal Use Training Sessions (AUTS)
The University of Washington department of Environmental Health & Safety offers many safety training classes specifically aimed at faculty, staff, and students working in laboratory settings at the UW. These trainings will help you maintain a safe and regulatory compliant working environment and are free of charge, unless otherwise noted. View available online courses and register online.
This training provides investigators* funded through Public Health Service (PHS) with the Financial Conflicts of Interest (FCOI) Training. The purpose of the training is to inform PHS-funded investigators of:
The University of Washington’s revised FCOI Policy effective August 24, 2012
The PHS 2011 revised FCOI regulation
Their responsibilities regarding disclosure of Significant Financial Interest (SFI)
*The definition of an “investigator” includes the Principal Investigator (PI) and any other person (regardless of title or position) that the PI identifies as independently responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of the research.