MyResearch Project Lifecycle
The Lifecycle represents all activities typically involved in a research project. The activities may be programmatic (scientific) or administrative in nature, or both. They begin with forming a hypothesis or research question; conclude with final financial reports and scientific publications. In most cases, a new research project begins its Lifecycle based on a hypothesis or question developed from the results of a previous project.
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From the development of a sponsored research project to final proposal submission.
Setting up the infrastructure for successful management of your award.
Managing award funds, reporting and post-award changes.
Final financial and research reporting, dissemination of data and record retention.