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The UF College of Medicine R01 Boot Camp wraps up its 2023-24 cycle

Boot camp. The name evokes images of soldiers trudging through mud pits and climbing obstacle courses. The College of Medicine Office of Research’s R01 Boot Camp, however, trades the military conditioning and barking drill instructors for grant writing training and faculty coaches. A team science and mentorship-focused program, the…

Malachowsky Hall opening marks new era for AI-powered health care

On Friday, Nov. 3, a new, seven-story, 263,440-square-foot center that will revolutionize the artificial intelligence (AI) and data science workforce celebrated its grand opening in the heart of campus.   Malachowsky Hall at the UF Campus Friday, Nov. 8. Now open to the public, the Malachowsky…

RSH500- New Course for Principal Investigators and Key Personnel

UF Research, in coordination with UF HR’s Training and Organizational Development group, presents a new and streamlined Faculty Stewardship course.  This course is RSH500 – Faculty Stewardship. It replaces two courses that were previously required. RSH500 covers key concepts related to effort reporting and cost principles. Understanding these concepts aids researchers…

goIACUC Transition

Beginning February 1, 2022, all new protocols and triennials must be submitted into goIACUC (myIACUC will no longer be receiving submissions). If you have a protocol expiring in the first quarter of 2022, it is highly recommend you start your renewal in goIACUC 90 days before expiration to allow…

Goodbye FORMS-F, Hello FORMS-G

Applicants applying to NIH funding opportunities with due dates on or after January 25, 2022 must use updated application forms and instructions identified with a Competition ID of “FORMS-G.” Key changes in the FORMS-G update include: Transition from DUNS to a unique entity identifier (UEI) issued by SAM.gov as the…