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Building Your Research Team: Undergrads, Graduate Students and Postdocs (PDF)

Office of Research Development and Support Series that dives into what, how, and why of building a strong research team.

Presented By: Chip Montrose, Dean of Graduate School, James Mack, Associate Dean of Graduate School, Megan Lamkin, Director of Undergraduate Research Experiences, and Teri Reed, OoR Assistant VP Research Development 

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Preparing Proposals in Response to the Collaborative Advancement Grant Program - How to effectively prepare a proposal for UC Collaborative Internal Grants (PDF)

Preliminary Remarks, the steps of Track 1(Pilot Teams) and Track 2(Strategic Teams), and External Funding are some of the topics discussed in this presentation.

Presented By: Suzanne Boyce (Communication Sciences and Disorders), Michael Riley (Psychology), T. Douglas Mast (Biomedical Engineering), Sarah Hamilton Dugan (CSD and Psychology, Postdoc)

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Writing the One-Pager: The Shortest Path to Success (PDF)

Office of Research Development and Support Series that goes over what researchers should do to succeed.

 
Presented By: Lora Arduser, A&S Associate Professor, Professional Writing and Bob Hyland, A&S Assistant Professor-Educator, Rhetoric and Prof 

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Genetics Consent with HIPAA Language (DOCX)

The Genetics Informed Consent Statement is to be used in the following cases:

  1. When the investigator is conducting genetic research on blood or tissue acquired from known subjects (one consent form).
  2. When the investigator is conducting genetic research as a sub-study within another study and the participation in the genetic research is optional (two consent forms for those who participate, one for those who do not).
  3. When the investigator is conducting genetic research as a sub-study within another study, but the participation in the genetic research is not optional, incorporate the additional elements in the genetics consent form into the primary informed consent statement (one consent form).

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Informed Consent (Medical) with HIPAA Language (DOCX)

Informed consent template to be used for medical studies (includes HIPAA language).
Prior to writing the informed consent, please review:

  1. Institutional Review Board (IRB) Procedure 201 “How to Write an Informed Consent for a Protocol Submitted to the UC IRB-M.”
  2. The PRISM Readability Toolkit, Third Edition ©2006 Group Health Research Institute Download a free PDF of the PRISM Toolkit at http://www.grouphealthresearch.org/capabilities/readability/readability_home.html

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OoR Professional Development and Support Series - How to Navigate the IRB doing SBER (PDF)

This presentation runs through the navigation of IRB doing SBER, including A Metaphorical Understanding of Compliance,Four Basic Research Classifications, Guidelines for Writing Protocols, Transition from ePAS to RAP, and much more.

Presenter: John Holden, Associate Professor of Psychology, Jacinda Dariotis, Professor and Director of the Evaluation Services Center, Janet Moore, Professor of Law

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Informed Consent (Medical) (DOCX)

Informed consent template to be used for medical studies.
Prior to writing the informed consent, please review:

  1. Institutional Review Board (IRB) Procedure 201 “How to Write an Informed Consent for a Protocol Submitted to the UC IRB-M.”
  2. The PRISM Readability Toolkit, Third Edition ©2006 Group Health Research Institute Download a free PDF of the PRISM Toolkit at http://www.grouphealthresearch.org/capabilities/readability/readability_home.html

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FDA Training Material (PDF)

Clinical research overview for new investigators and information regarding the Investigational new drug/Investigational device (IND/IDE) assistance program.

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