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VPR COVID-19 Update: January 11, 2022

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As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to impact our campus communities, we would like to take a moment to thank all of you for your enormous efforts in keeping the U campus safe and healthy. This has been a challenging first week of the semester, and your cooperation and diligence have allowed us to continue critical research studies and operations. We are grateful for your patience.

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UU COVID-19 Research Study

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Research development activity for COVID research has been the concerted efforts from the 3i Initiative and the VPR office to help UU researchers find collaborators, resources, and funding opportunities to grow their research activities in this area.

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COVID-19 Research Continuity Planning for UofU: May 12 - 26

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The Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) remains operational as we continue to closely monitor the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  Updated Guidance Documents for VPR Units All Central Research Operations Guidance Documents for Research Planning and Continuity have been updated to reflect the transition into the Orange/Limited Research Activities Phase.

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Tracking Grant Expenses During COVID-19

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University of Utah Financial & Business Services has worked in tandem with the Vice President for Research Office to refine an existing report in the Financial Information Library to assist tracking expenditures on 5000 fund grants and contracts. Accessible via CIS and Financial Information Library, the report is

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Temporary Policy: Human Subjects Research Related Visits

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The Office of the Vice President for Research is providing guidance related to human subjects-related research visits. This policy is being implemented to protect research participants, research personnel, and the larger University community from risk of infection from COVID-19, and to ensure continued access to clinical research that may provide essential therapies to participants.

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