Research Resources

Listed below are links which may help faculty when seeking funding, writing proposals, or developing intellectual property. Further information can be obtained by contacting ORSP at orsp@unf.edu.

 

NIH YouTube Videos

 

 

 

 NIH Peer Review Revealed

 NIH Tips for Applicants    

 

 

2011 STARS Symposium Program

 

 

 

Agency-specific Grantwriting Guides

Corporation for Public Broadcasting
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Cancer Institute
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

National Institute of General Medical Sciences
National Science Foundation  

Compliance Links

2007 Report of the AVMA Panel on Euthanasia
CITI: Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative
Code of Federal Regulations for the Protection of Human Subjects 45 CFR 46
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule Information for Researchers
What Investigators Need to Know About the Use of Animals  

E-mail Alerts

Environmental Protection Agency National Center for Environmental Research
Grants.gov
National Institutes of Health Guide: Using the TOC Notification LISTSERV Service
National Science Foundation Update  

Federal Grant Policies

Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR)  

National Institutes of Health Grants Policy Statement
National Science Foundation Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide  

Glossary and Acronyms

Commonly Used Acronyms  

Research Administration Glossary

Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Links 

Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM)
Bayh-Dole Regulations (37 CFR 401)  

Florida Venture Forum
Licensing Executives Society (LES)

Technology Exchange (UTEK)
US Code of Federal Regulations  

US Copyright Office

US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)

Material Transfer Agreements 

A Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) is a contract that governs transfer of tangible research materials between two organizations, when the recipient intends to use that material for his or her own research purposes. An MTA defines the rights of the provider and the recipient with respect to the materials, any derivatives, and often publication rights. Biological materials, such as reagents, cell lines, plasmids, and vectors, are the most frequently transferred materials, but MTAs may also be used for other types of materials, such as chemical compounds, some types of software, and data.

 

For more information, please see the UNF MTA website.

Proposal Writing and Evaluation Guides

Questions to Ask Before Writing a Proposal

   Proposal Writer's Guide

Proposal Writing Short Course
The Grantseeking Process

State of Florida Links

Florida Department of Education Green Book

Florida State Statutes

Florida University Factbooks

State University System of Florida Links

Resources to help faculty secure appointments to federal boards