Research & Scholarship

Getting Started

Understand who can serve as a PI and what exceptions can be made.
Best practices and processes required by Stanford policy and sponsors.
Tips for procuring and managing research funds.
Learn more about clinical research including clinical trials.
Information on non-faculty research appointments, consultants, visiting scholars, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students.
Resources to support the scholarly contributions, skills and professional activities of all of its faculty, with a particular focus on the development of junior faculty.

Requirements

Certification period April 2-May 31, 2014. Find links to system, user guides, and the required briefing.
Manage conflicts of interest and commitment.
Tools and information to help you comply with export control regulations.
Enter and manage protocols for human, animal, stem cell, and bio-safety. Go directly to eProtocol.
Written with all researchers in mind, special consideration has been given to the needs of students and postdoctoral scholars.
PI's are responsible for ensuring research team members complete required training.
Guidance for ensuring a safe work environment.

Resources

Computing resources in support of your research and scholarship.
Collaborative teams of experts address major issues outside the boundaries of schools.
Find resources for international activities & collaboration.
Tools and services for data management, preservation, and sharing.
Find facilities and equipment for your research.
Get an in-depth view of how SeRA handles PDRFs, awards, and PTA setup.
Tools for funding and mentoring graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.

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