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Upcoming ABC Meeting
We are hosting the ABCs in Research Meeting December 10th, 2018 and we would love to see you all there! This is a great event to learn about the latest updates in research administration and an opportunity to network with your colleagues.
We will have speakers for a variety of topics including NSF Updates, Finance Compliance, funding opportunities, etc... (we will send the agenda in the next few weeks). We will also introduce our new Vice Provost and Dean of Research, Kam Moler.
What: ABCs in Research Fall Meeting
Where: Paul Brest Hall (Link includes information on location and parking)
When: 9:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Register here! Choose one option (A to attend in person, B to attend via Zoom)
View the archived presentation from the October 10, 2017 presentation.
Cardinal Curriculum Companion Workshops Schedule
Cardinal Curriculum Level I
Online course DOR-1102 Overview of Research and Regulatory Environment
Companion workshop ( DOR-1103):
All workshops are in the Birch Lab
February 13, 2019 9-Noon
March 6, 2019 9-Noon
April 17, 2019 9-Noon
May 8, 2019 9-Noon
June 5, 2019 9-Noon
Cardinal Curriculum Level II
Online course DOR-1120 Proposal Development and Budget Preparation
Proposal Development Workshop (DOR-1501) This workshop is mandatory.
All workshops are located Birch Lab, 9-Noon
March 26, 2019
May 14, 2019
August 20, 2019
Budget Preparation Workshop (DOR - 1502) This workshop is mandatory.
All workshops are located Birch Lab, 9-Noon
March 28, 2019
May 16, 2019
August 22, 2019
Subawards Workshop (DOR-1503) This workshop is optional.
Located in 408 Panama Mall, room 148 from 9-Noon
April 24, 2019
Award Process Workshop (DOR-1504) This workshop is mandatory.
All workshops are located Birch Lab
March 18, 2019 1-4pm
May 23, 2019 9-Noon
SeRA and Events
NIH Updates and Regional Seminars
Demystify the grants application and review process.
Thursday, May 16 - Friday, May 17 Baltimore, MD
The NIH Regional Seminar serves the NIH mission of providing education and training for the next generation of biomedical and behavioral scientists. This seminar is intended to:
- Demystify the application and review process
- Clarify federal regulations and policies
- Highlight current areas of special interest or concern
Who Should Attend? The seminar and optional workshops are appropriate for those who are new to working with the NIH grants process – administrators, early stage investigators, researchers, graduate students, etc. For those with more experience, the seminar offers a few more advanced sessions, updates on policies and processes direct from NIH staff, as well as valuable presentation resources to share with your institution.
Who are the Presenters? The NIH Regional Seminar involves approximately 65 NIH and HHS staff who are brought to a central location in order to educate, share, and hear your questions over the course of two days, plus the pre-seminar workshops.
NSF Updates and Conferences
The Spring 2019 NSF Grants Conference will be held at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City on May 20-21, 2019.
These events are designed to give new faculty, researchers and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF. NSF program officers representing each NSF directorate will be on hand to provide up-to-date information about specific funding opportunities and to answer attendee questions.
Registration will open on Thursday, February 14 at 12 p.m. EST. We anticipate the conference will reach capacity very quickly, so we encourage you to register as soon as it opens.
DoR/OSR NSF Update Seminar
Our annual National Science Foundation Updates Seminar was held on November 30th at the Clark Center (Room S360), between 10 and noon.
The session was presented by Nicole Pobuta from OSR and Catalina Verdu-Cano from DOR.
You can view the presentation for this event here.
ABC Meeting Archived Presentations
Services Provided by the Office of International Affairs; Brendan Walsh
Privacy Office; Pegah Parsi
New NIH Form Requirements; Sonia Barragan
ClinicalTrials.gov and the NIH Policy on the Dissemination of NIH-Funded Clinical Trial Information, Scott Patton, Clinical Trials Disclosure Manager, Clinical Research Quality, (CRQ)
Updates and Enhancements to Clinical Research Invoicing System for Participants (CRISP); Tim Reuter
Electronic Review and Certification of Expenditure Statements (eCert); Ken Schulz and Sara Bible
New Required Proposal Preparation and Submission Systems; Megan Dietrich