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The below resources have been created or located by the Office of Research to assist you as you develop and conduct your research

 

 

For additional information please visit the FAQs page or contact the responsible OR unit.


 

Contract & Grant Administration (Sponsored Programs)

Sponsored Programs provides administrative support on issues pertaining to contract and grant administration.

  • Glossary
Do you find terms being used in research administration that you are unfamiliar with? Use the new Glossary to help you understand the language of research administration!

  • Grant-Related Acronyms and Abbreviations
People who work in research administration often find themselves inundated with acronyms and abbreviations. This list can help you to learn commonly used acronyms and abbreviations, or just refresh your memory. (provided by Ann Holmes, University of Maryland) (PDF)

  • Call for Proposals Checklist
When you read through a call for proposals, do you want to make sure you don't miss anything important? To help you "catch" everything, we've created a checklist of information to look for during your review of the RFP/RFA/funding announcement.(PDF)

  • Beginning a New Proposal Checklist
Are you a Principal Investigator who isn't sure what information you need to know to begin preparing a proposal? Are you a Research Administrator who isn't sure what information you need from the Principal Investigator to begin the process of preparing the proposal? We've compiled a list of questions to get you started! (PDF)

  • Sponsored Programs Proposal Review Checklist
When Sponsored Programs analysts review proposal packages, they're looking for very specific items. Use this checklist to ensure you've included all of the necessary components in the proposal package you submit to Sponsored Programs! (PDF)

  • Quick Guide for Subawards
This one-page quick guide will help you to remember what items you should get from subawardees when UC Davis has an outgoing subaward. (PDF)

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Export Controls

The Research Compliance & Integrity unit provides administrative support on issues pertaining to export control.

Export Controls Decision Tree with permission from Boston College

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Financial Conflict of Interest

The Research Compliance & Integrity unit provides administrative support on issues pertaining to financial conflicts of interest and supports the Conflict of Interest Committee (COIC).

 

  • Lists of Sponsors
    • List of Sponsors that require compliance with PHS regulations (PDF)
    • List of Sponsor exceptions for 700-U Form (PDF)
    • List of Sponsors for Form 800 (PDF)

 

  • Administrative Records Relating to Research: Retention and Disposition Requirements (PDF)

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Human Anatomical Specimen & Tissue Oversight

The Research Compliance & Integrity unit provides administrative support to the Human Anatomical Specimen and Tissue Oversight Committee (HASTOC).

 

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IRB Administration

The IRB Administration provides administrative support on issues pertaining to human research protection and supports the UC Davis Institutional Review Board (IRB).

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Intellectual Property Management (InnovationAccess)

InnovationAccess provides services pertaining to intellectual property management.

 

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Research Ethics (Responsible Conduct of Research Program)

The Research Compliance & Integrity unit provides administrative support to the RCR Program.

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Research Misconduct

The Research Compliance & Integrity unit provides administrative support on issues pertaining to research misconduct.

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Stem Cell Research Oversight

The Research Compliance & Integrity unit provides administrative support on issues pertaining to stem cell research and supports the Stem Cell Research Oversight committee.

  • SCRO Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are written documents or instructions detailing all steps and activities of the corresponding procedure

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