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Appropriate, ethical and safe conduct of research involving vertebrate animals
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Award negotiation and acceptance, account set-up, financial administration, and closeout
Disclosure, review, assessment and determination, and management of conflicts of interest
Federal and foundation grants and contracts, industry supported research agreements, clinical trial agreements, and service agreements, incoming and outgoing subawards
Approval, acquisition, storage, and disposal of DEA-controlled substances used in laboratory and animal research
Lab safety activities involving hazardous and regulated materials, equipment, and environment
Transfer of controlled technology and information to foreign countries and to foreign nationals within the U.S.
Compliance with regulations on privacy related to the internal use and external disclosure of protected health information
Oversight of human embryonic stem cell research and certain uses of human pluripotent stem cells
Resources, policies, and guidelines relating to all human subjects research, including, but not limited to, clinical and social/behavioral research
Oversight of research involving recombinant or synthetic nucleic acids, infectious or potentially infectious agents, and/or hazardous chemicals
Available funding opportunities and internal selection process for grant programs allowing a limited number of applications per institution
Assist faculty in the transfer of technology from the lab to the global marketplace
Resources and guidelines for developing and submitting proposals
Requirement that investigators submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to the digital archive PubMed Central
Provide support and services for safe and compliant use of radiation and radioactive materials for research, teaching and medical applications
Establish and manage the process of recovering costs by providing products and services primarily to other university departments and sponsored projects for a fee
Information for reporting concerns of fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism in research and the investigation process; and authorship requirements
Professional and regulatory responsibilities so that researchers can practice scholarship and scientific investigation with integrity