The Clinical Research Compliance and Education (CRCE) Office is a core team within Compliance Services at the University of Utah. The CRCE team facilitates processes, provides training and education, and engages in oversight activities designed to ensure that clinical services associated with human subjects research are charged to the correct party, that claims submitted to government health care programs comply with the requirements of the applicable program, and that human subjects research complies with expectations imposed by the federal Food and Drug Administration. The Clinical Research Compliance and Education team manages the University Tracking of Clinical Research (uTRAC) system, our clinical trial management system which play a crucial role in efforts to meet clinical research compliance obligations.
Faculty members planning to submit an NSF CAREER grant for the 2019 or 2020 deadlines should attend this workshop which will help you prepare competitive: * Broader Impacts * Education Plan * Evaluation Plan * Departmental Letter
Corporate and foundation partners are looking to support projects and programs at the U that are unique, exciting, and stand out from the crowd. The University of Utah Corporate and Foundation Relations program can help facilitate the relationship between you and potential partners. Our team can advise strategic approaches, arrange visits, review draft proposals and help translate ideas into fundable projects or programs. Contact Chris Ostrander, ext. 5-7220 if you are interested in applying for an opportunity listed below.
The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine is hosting its First Annual Education, Research, and Community Engagement Poster Summit on April 15 from 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM at the Cleone P. Eccles Alumni House.
Research Education offers training and instruction through several methods to support your individual profession needs, including Live Instruction, Online Classes, Best Practice Roundtables, and many Special Events including the Research Administrators’ Network meetings. These trainings are a free service that provide professional development opportunities for all faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars, students, and members of the University research community.