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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…

Funding Opportunity: Sloan Research Fellowships

If you have any questions about the internal coordination procedure for this program, please contact limitedprograms@research.ufl.edu. The Sloan Research Fellowships seek to stimulate fundamental research by early-career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise. These two-year fellowships are awarded yearly to early career researchers in recognition of distinguished performance and a…

Funding Opportunity: NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards (DP5 Clinical Trial Optional)

If you have any questions about the internal coordination procedure for this program, please contact limitedprograms@research.ufl.edu. The NIH Director’s Early Independence Award supports exceptional junior investigators who wish to pursue independent research soon after completion of their terminal doctoral degree or post-graduate clinical training, thereby forgoing the traditional…

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…

Introducing the Stephen I. Katz Early Stage Investigator Research Grant Program

Reposted from the NIH Extramural Nexus newsletter Posted on November 9, 2020 by Mike Lauer Stephen I. Katz, M.D., Ph.D., led the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases from 1995 until his passing in 2018. Dr. Katz was a talented physician scientist, NIH leader, and civil servant throughout…