- 1a. Research Navigation Tool for New Faculty and Research Scientists
- 1b: Identifying research space
- 1c: Obtaining regulatory approvals and requirements
- 1d. Transferring animals
- 1e. Transferring funding
- 1f: Identifying contacts
- 1g: Core facilities and resources
- 1h. Obtaining licenses for controlled substances
- 1i. Transferring human subjects research data or specimens
DEOs and Department Administrators
The DEO and Department Administrator in your hiring department are familiar with departmental policies, procedures, and resources for your unit and can assist you in identifying other contacts on campus.
The Division of Sponsored Programs assists with funding searches and provides notice of opportunities; reviews and approves applications; negotiates award terms and conditions acceptable to the institution and the sponsor through grant awards, research contracts, and other research-related agreements; provides post-award administration services; and monitors and advises on regulatory compliance. Please review the DSP staff directory for specific contact information.
The Grant Accounting Office assists with the fiscal management for externally sponsored programs at UI. For assistance with your project, please review their staff directory for specific contact information.
The Research Development Office offers one-stop “concierge” services to connect researchers and scholars with research administrators and other resources; accelerate discovery and innovation by supporting collaboration, creation, and proposal development; and minimize the administrative burden of research on faculty and staff.
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Science offers a number of services to support investigators during all phases of the research process (design, data collection, analysis, dissemination, and commercialization) and assists investigators in preparing new grant proposals.