As Johns Hopkins prepares for the January 25, 2018 effective date of the NIH requirement that all domestic, multi-site, non-exempt research studies utilize a single IRB (“sIRB”), adjustments have been made to the JHU Policy on Individual Financial Interests and Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research. The primary change has been to limit the application of […]
Information on the Conflict Review Committee has been moved to the “Boards, Committees, & Councils” section of KASPER. Please visit that page for information about: Conflict Review Committee By-Laws and Roster, Guidelines for Reporting, Divisional Policies on Conflict of Commitment and Conflict of Interest, Reporting Conflict of Interest and Commitment Handbook, and more.
We have migrated KASPER from SiteExecutive into WordPress. By moving the site into WordPress, a much more intuitive and easy to use content management system, it will be easier for stakeholders to update their pages. The site may have a new theme, but the information is organized largely in the same way.
Attend the 2017 Society of Research Administrators International Section Meeting April 2-5 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Workshops, sessions, round tables, and learning cafe opportunities will be offered covering multiple areas that impact research administration. While you are attending, you can earn a certificate in one of four areas.
NSF has issued a revised version of the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG), (NSF 17-1). The new PAPPG will be effective for proposals submitted, or due, on or after January 30, 2017. Significant changes to the document are summarized at the beginning of the document. For guidance on proposals submitted or due […]
The NIH has issued a policy requiring all NIH-funded investigators and their research staff who are involved in the conduct of clinical trials, as defined by the NIH, to complete Good Clinical Practice (“GCP”) training. This policy is effective January 1, 2017, and applies to both new applications, and on-going programs. The NIH definition of […]
The Office of Research Information Services (ORIS), and the COEUS system, has a new website. Please update your bookmarks from the old website (http://prcoeus.johnshopkins.edu/orisite/oris_web/oris_index.html) to the new website: https://research.jhu.edu/oris/ for anything COEUS related. ORIS manages the COEUS system, a cradle to grave system that simplifies and streamlines the proposal development process for sponsored funding.