Global Activity Planning

Global Business Services (GBS) provides faculty and staff with training and resources to plan your research actvities abroad.

NIH K Award Application Workshop

This lab 3-hour computer lab session workshop is offered before each standard NIH deadline via Zoom meeting. It is available for Stanford researchers and is required for School of Medicine


NIH NRSA Fellowship Workshop

NRSA F Series Individual Postdoctoral and Pre-doctoral Fellowships Required computer lab sessions - Zoom Workshops (DOR-1218) Highlights: Required NIH NRSA F Series Computer Lab Sessions-especially for those submitting (or resubmitting)


Export Controls: An Overview

This class is a guide for all faculty and staff who administer international research and foreign students at Stanford, export materials and equipment, work with disclosure-restricted technical information, travel internationally


Veterinary Service Center Training Programs

The Veterinary Service Center provides specialized training required for research with specific animals. For assistance with training programs please email

Animal Care and Use Training Program

Faculty, staff, and students who will be involved in the use of laboratory animals are expected to complete the web-based Animal Care and Use Training Program (VSC-PROG-0001), which provides an


Sexual Harrasssment Prevention Training

The Sexual Harassment Policy Office offers three different customized training programs for faculty and staff at Stanford, including those in non-faculty teaching positions.


STARS Training Needs Assessment Tool

The STARS Training Needs Assessment Tool is designed to identify required health and safety training for Stanford staff, faculty, and students. Upon completion, trainees will receive a list of required

EH&S Training Opportunities

As a part of EH&S’ commitment to sustaining a culture of safety on campus, they have developed and teach specialty and trainings to educate personnel and staffers of the hazards

Spectrum Education

Spectrum Education provides learning and development opportunities to Stanford faculty, staff, students, and scholars in all areas of clinical and translational research. Our mission is to support clinical research through

RECR Training

Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research (RECR) applies to all researchers and research staff engaged in scholarly research. While written with all researchers in mind, special consideration has been given