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Policy 400-14 is a new policy that outlines the requirements governing industry-sponsored agreements (research, clinical trials, instruction, and other sponsored activities), and sets forth definitions, campus approval requirements for proposals, financial requirements, and roles and responsibilities. [more...]
UCSF finalized a master material transfer agreement template (MTA) with Novartis Pharma AG in November, 2006. This MTA may be used to support the transfer of diverse compounds and materials. The master MTA is the result of the collective efforts of the Industry Contracts Division of the Office of Sponsored Research and the Office of Technology Management.Questions may be directed to Svetlana Lee, MTA Officer, via email or via phone at 353-4892.
Beginning January 2007, the CHR Renewal Notice for Full Committee and Expedited (with Subject Contact) studies will contain a link to a CHR Study Close-Out Report This report will be required for studies involving human subject contact that have been completed, closed or were never started in order to update the Human Research Protection Program on the conduct and outcomes of studies in order to help assess any risks or problems that may have arisen since the last study renewal, some of which may need to be disclosed to the study participants or others. Please refer to the CHR Study Close-Out Reporting Guidance for additional information.
The Human Research Protection Program has posted revised guidelines, an application supplement, and a chart summarizing the applicable federal regulations for involving children and minors in research. [more...]
All applicants who propose to use any stem cells in their research are required to complete a copy of the Human Stem Cell Research Supplement. [more...]
All new laboratory employees and researchers are required to go through an orientation process regarding safety rules and emergency procedures at UCSF. [more...]
Current federal law makes it illegal for activists to damage animal research organizations, farms, zoos, pet stores and other similar operations. [more...]
In what has now become a regular fall event, teams from the campus and UCSF Medical Center recently participated in a statewide disaster exercise. [more...]
The course explores the “nuts and bolts” of building a successful business through lectures by industry leaders, in-depth practicuums, and a team project to write a business plan. [more...]
As of October 1, 2006 reimbursement rates for travel meals have been increased but travelers may not claim a per diem for a full day of travel meals without supporting receipts. The Office of the President has issued a reminder to all travelers and those processing reimbursements for meals and travel expenses that only actual expenses may be claimed. [more...]
2006-07 W.M. Keck Foundation Distinguished Young Scholars in Medical Research Program
The Hartwell Foundation Individual Biomedical Research Award
The Hartwell Foundation Fellowship Award
Responses accepted until January 5, 2007. [more...]
NIH has shifted all the application deadline dates to help manage the volume of applications submitted through Grants.gov. [more...]
With the transition of R01 applications to electronic submission you will begin seeing more Funding Opportunity Announcements that allow more than one Principal Investigator (PI) on individual research awards. [more...]
When applications are submitted to NIH for an unsolicited, investigator-initiated application by electronic means, the application will need to follow the instructions provided by NIH under the term "Parent Announcements".Information on "Parent Announcements" and the "R01 Parent" are posted by NIH.
NIH will not consider a third resubmission (A3) or higher to any application for extramural support. However, there is no time limit for the submission of the first and second resubmissions (A1 and A2). [more...]
NIH will NOT penalize applicants for Grants.gov or eRA Commons System Problems: NIH describes the process for reporting problems with submissions and how it will communicate any extensions of deadlines because of Grants.gov system problems and any extension of the eRA Commons error-correction validation windows because of NIH system problems. [more...]