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Proposal Budgets: More Than Just A Bunch Of Numbers - Things to Consider When Building Your Budget (PDF)

Handout that talks about Direct and Indirect Costs. Direct being costs that can be identified specifically with a particular sponsored project that can be directly assigned to such activities relatively easily with a high degree of accuracy. Indirect being  costs incurred by a grantee that cannot be specifically identified for a project.

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Procedure 332 IRB Review of Minor Research (PDF)

Minors are vulnerable to undue pressure to participate in research and to harm that may be different or more severe than those experienced by adults. They also are not able to give legally effective consent to participate in research. Therefore the UC Institutional Review Board (IRB) will ensure that appropriate additional protections are provided so the rights and welfare of this population are maintained.

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Research Involving Women/Fetuses/Neonates (PDF)

It is possible that pregnant women, fetuses, and neonates may be more vulnerable to harm from research participation than other populations. Additional protections may be needed because of women's additional health concerns during pregnancy and because of the need to avoid unnecessary risk to the fetus. The University of Cincinnati (UC) Institutional Review Board (IRB) will ensure that appropriate additional protections are provided so the rights and welfare of these populations are maintained.

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Procedure 308 IRB Review of Research Involving Pregnant Women, Fetuses, and Neonates (Opens in new window)

It is possible that pregnant women, fetuses, and neonates may be more vulnerable to harm from research participation than other populations. Additional protections may be needed because of women's additional health concerns during pregnancy and because of the need to avoid unnecessary risk to the fetus. The University of Cincinnati (UC) Institutional Review Board (IRB) will ensure that appropriate additional protections are provided so the rights and welfare of these populations are maintained.

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How to Work with Program Officers - Slides and Handouts (PDF)

Are you ready to have a conversation with a federal agency program officer but don’t know how to start? Having this conversation is a key step to gaining valuable insight into the funding potential of your ideas. In this interactive session, you’ll learn from faculty who have recently worked at major federal agencies as they share the do’s and don’t’s of making contact, meeting logistics and follow-up. Plus, you’ll hear their tips on effective ways to talk about your research. 

What will be covered: 
Faculty will hear from and network with recent federal agency employees and a communication expert to learn tips on interacting with program officers. They will gain skills to help them effectively communicate their research clearly and concisely.

This presentation was given on 10/28/17 from 8:30 to 10 a.m.

Presenters:  
Richard Harknett, A&S Professor and Department Head, Political Science (former Department of Energy IPA)
Teri Murphy, CEAS Professor, Engineering Education (former NSF IPA)
Elissa Yancey, OoR Communication Consultant  

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New Faculty Orientation 2018: Start Me Up (PDF)

A beginners guide to Annual reporting including annual expense reports, annual progress reports, some college/department tips, and some hiring processes to consider.

Presented By: 
Julianne Hartung
Office of the Vice President for Research
Director of Business Affairs

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Institutional Base Salary (PDF)

Institutional Base Salary (IBS) represents the amount paid to an employee for execution of their regular duties.

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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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A Guide to Participation in a Research Study (PDF)

This guide is authorized by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Cincinnati and was written to help people decide whether or not to enter a clinical or drug research study. This guide will also explain the basic information about clinical or drug research studies.

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QA Monitoring (PDF)

QA Monitoring reviews both research and IRB management of studies to promote high quality, ethical research by facilitating the identification and resolution of compliance concerns and by identifying, disseminating, and promoting best practices.

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Policy II.03 Treating Injuries of Participants (PDF)

A policy stating that the University of Cincinnati will assure that there are adequate resources to provide for ancillary care for injuries that may result from research, or for psychological or social interventions or counseling and other social support services. 

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How to Form Research Teams - Research Team Leadership (PDF)

This powerpoint goes over all the right questions to ask yourself about leading your research team, Professional Development for all trainees, Support for graduate students, Postdoc Mentoring and much more.

This is the third presentation in How to Form Research Teams.
Presenters: Chip Montrose, Dean of the Graduate School, mhm@uc.edu, and Teri Reed, AVP for Economic Research Development, Office of Research, teri.reed@uc.edu. This presentation is 3 of 3 in a group of documents called " How to Form Research Teams".

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