The Office of the Vice President for Research is proud to release its 2022 Annual Report which highlights some of the best from the University of Utah’s researchers, funding growth, and more. Featured in the report include a visual and numerical breakdown of the U’s research funding growth, which grew to $686 million in fiscal year 2022, as well as an interview with Interim VP Erin Rothwell on the impact, innovations and future of research.
The University of Utah invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Research. The Vice President for Research (VPR) leads the U’s research mission of generating knowledge and new discoveries. The VPR is responsible for growing the university’s research enterprise, as well as advancing and supporting research across the university.
The Office of Quality Compliance now provides support services for University of Utah ClinicalTrials.gov users to assist in compliance with ClinicalTrials.gov federal registration, record maintenance, and results-reporting requirements. Services also include PRS account requests and resources for NIH and International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) registration requirements.
With the upcoming NIH policy deadline approaching, we know that research teams across the UU are interested in what is expected and how to meet this new requirement. A team from the AVPRIC’s office has developed a guidance document about how to handle the new policy requirements. This panel discussion will describe the information in the UU guidance document, highlight the repositories that are available at the UU and on other reputable sites, and provide information about how to structure a data management and sharing plan for your NIH proposals. Resources from the UU will be identified.