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  • Search Centers | UW Research
    Subcontracts System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE Training Uniform Grant Guidance Compliance Animal Welfare IACUC Biological Safety Chemical Safety Compliance Roles Embryonic Stem Cell Research Export Control Financial Conflicts of Interest Human Subjects IRB Radiation Safety Required Training Responsible Conduct of Research UW Medicine Compliance Support Offices Office of Research Center for Commercialization Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight Environmental Health and Safety Grant and Contract Accounting Human Subjects Division Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Research Information Services Sponsored Programs Search Search Centers Search Search Supports boolean search W Opportunities Bridge Funding Establish a Center Grants gov Limited Submission Opportunities Market your Research Matching Funds Research Match Royalty Research Fund Startup Funds Undergraduate Research Research Administration Budget Extension Request Build a Budget Clinical Trials Data Management Grants Information Memoranda Grants gov Applications Institutional Facts Rates Manage Your Subscriptions Policy Guidance Prepare a Proposal Subcontracts System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE Training Compliance Animal Welfare IACUC Biological Safety Chemical Safety Compliance Roles Embryonic Stem Cell Research Export Control Financial Conflicts of Interest Human Subjects IRB Radiation Safety Required Training Responsible Conduct of Research UW Medicine Compliance Support Offices Office of Research Center for Commercialization Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight Environmental Health

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  • Office of Research - Employee Profiles
    Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts OR Employee Profiles Search Contact Information Mary E Lidstrom Vice Provost for Research Office of Research 206 685 7641 tel 206 685 9210 fax Box 351202 Profile In November 2005 Mary Lidstrom was appointed Vice Provost for Research for the University of Washington one of the world s leading research universities Working collaboratively with the entire UW research community Lidstrom is committed to ensuring that the UW is an excellent place to do research Dr Lidstrom serves as a Professor in Chemical Engineering and Microbiology and holds the Frank Jungers Chair of Engineering She is the faculty advisor to the UW GenOM Project which is an educational initiative to support underrepresented undergraduates in STEM As the Associate Dean for New Initiatives in the College of Engineering 1997 2005 Dr Lidstrom pioneered professional development workshops and consulted extensively with teams interested in setting up interdisciplinary research centers Dr Lidstrom received a B S in microbiology from Oregon State University and a M Sc and Ph D in bacteriology from the University of

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  • Complex Proposal Development Resources | UW Research
    additional information to be connected to the task such as team member responsible and any additional notes Frequently revisit the timeline of choice in weekly meetings and ensure everyone on the proposal team has access to the document Establishing Accountability Roles and Responsibilities Document Draft a roles and responsibilities document before the proposal kick off meeting so that it can serve as a conversation starter for the group This document has been useful even in teams that have previously worked together in clarifying assumptions as to which tasks will be completed by which team member and identifying unfilled roles on the team but will be especially useful in large interdisciplinary teams working across departments and schools Revise the document as appropriate for each team including moving tasks to a different role In some cases multiple roles may be filled by one team member in others tasks from a single role may be divided among two team members Once complete this document should be made available for reference in the proposal Dropbox or other shared folder RFA Table of Contents Mapped to Deadlines The RFA Table of Contents TOC mapped to due dates is the most complex scheduling tool but also the most effective at combining many different requirements and deadlines into a single document The table should include all proposal elements that will be part of the complete package submitted to the sponsor This tool can be very time consuming to construct but frequently proves a valuable reference In its most basic form this document records the relevant page numbers from the RFA as well as agency specific proposal guides and policy statements Other useful information that can be recorded on this document include section page limits section team leader name section due date and a space for status updates and notes Prior to submission this document will also serve as a checklist to ensure all required proposal elements are complete Review Cycle The review cycle document sample and template will help you delineate the number of anticipated proposal drafts the due dates for each and the names of individuals who have agreed to review those drafts Setting these dates early will allow reviewers to plan accordingly and allow them time to provide meaningful feedback In our experience draft deadlines were far more likely to be met when reviewers were given dates ahead of time Proposal Kick off Meeting The Proposal Kick off Meeting should involve anyone expected to play a major role in the proposal development process including the lead PI Co PIs Co Investigators as well as the department or PI s administrative and budget development specialists The template agenda includes suggested topics to cover at the kick off meeting including a portion of time dedicated to reviewing and revising the timelines and tracking documents Weekly Team Check In Meetings A standing weekly meeting dedicated to status updates on the progress of non technical aspects of the proposal and review of the timeline or calendar can go a

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  • Office of Research - Faculty Memberships & Awards
    Clinical Trials Handbook Grants gov Submission Guide Researcher s Guide You are here OR Home Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards OR Home About the Vice Provost for Research About OR About OR Organization Structure Advisory Structure iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Presentations Historic Service Process Improvements Stats Rankings Honors Awards Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards Recent Faculty Honors Outside Work Requests For Researchers For Researchers Funding Opportunities Policy Guidance Research Centers Researcher s Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts Faculty Memberships Awards Search Recent Faculty Honors Benjamin Hall Eric D Asaro elected to National Academy of Sciences Janis Abkowitz Frederick Appelbaum and Bruce Psaty Elected to the Institute of Medicine Fifty years of ecological insights earn UW biologist international award Robert Paine Awarded the Cosmos Prize More Recent Faculty Honors Nobel Prize The Nobel Prize is an annual award for outstanding contributions to chemistry physics physiology and medicine literature economics and peace and is widely regarded as the most prestigious award one can receive in those fields 2004 Linda B Buck Physiology and Medicine 2001

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  • Office of Research - Faculty Memberships & Awards
    and Bruce Psaty Elected to the Institute of Medicine Fifty years of ecological insights earn UW biologist international award Robert Paine Awarded the Cosmos Prize More Recent Faculty Honors Institute of Medicine The nation turns to the Institute of Medicine IOM of the National Academies for science based advice on matters of biomedical science medicine and health A nonprofit organization specifically created for this purpose as well as an honorific membership organization the IOM was chartered in 1970 as a component of the National Academy of Sciences 2013 Janis L Abkowitz Medicine 2013 Frederick R Appelbaum Medicine 2013 Bruce M Psaty Epidemiology and Health Services 2012 Chris Elias Global Health 2012 Thomas Fleming Biostatistics and Statistics 2012 Andy Stergachis Epidemiology and Global Health 2011 David L Eaton Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences 2008 Lawrence Corey Laboratory Medicine and Medicine 2008 Phyllis Wise Physiology and Biophysics and Biology former faculty 2007 Wylie Burke Bioethics and Humanities 2007 Eric Larson Medicine 2007 Christopher J L Murray Global Health 2007 Edward H Wagner Health Services 2006 Linda B Buck Physiology and Biophysics 2006 Maxine Hayes Health Services and Pediatrics 2006 Judith N Wasserheit Medicine and Global Health 2005 Frederick P Rivara Pediatrics 2003 Mark T Groudine Radiation Oncology 2003 Leroy Hood Genome Sciences Bioengineering and Immunology former faculty 2002 Bertil Hille Physiology and Biophysics 2002 Debra A Schwinn Anesthesiology former faculty 2001 Bobbie A Berkowitz Nursing former faculty 2001 Daniel Masys Biomedical and Health Informatics 2001 Cornelius Rosse Biological Structure 2001 Robert Waterston Genome Sciences 2000 William A Catterall Pharmacology 2000 Paul G Ramsey Medicine 1996 Alfred O Berg Family Medicine 1996 Marla Salmon School of Nursing 1995 Donald L Patrick Health Services 1994 Mickey S Eisenberg Medicine 1994 Dean Jamison Global Health 1994 Mary Claire King Medicine 1993 Nancy F Woods Nursing

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  • Office of Research - Faculty Memberships & Awards
    Historic Service Process Improvements Stats Rankings Honors Awards Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards Recent Faculty Honors Outside Work Requests For Researchers For Researchers Funding Opportunities Policy Guidance Research Centers Researcher s Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts Faculty Memberships Awards Search Recent Faculty Honors Benjamin Hall Eric D Asaro elected to National Academy of Sciences Janis Abkowitz Frederick Appelbaum and Bruce Psaty Elected to the Institute of Medicine Fifty years of ecological insights earn UW biologist international award Robert Paine Awarded the Cosmos Prize More Recent Faculty Honors National Academy of Engineering Founded in 1964 the National Academy of Engineering NAE provides engineering leadership in service to the nation The NAE operates under the same congressional act of incorporation that established the National Academy of Sciences signed in 1863 by President Lincoln Under this charter the NAE is directed whenever called upon by any department or agency of the government to investigate examine experiment and report upon any subject of science or art 2013 Eric Horvitz Computer Science and Engineering 2012 Rico Malvar Electrical Engineering 2012 David A Stahl Environmental Engineering 2011 Henry M Levy Computer Science and Engineering 2010 Dennis Lettenmaier Civil and Environmental Engineering 2009 David Auth Bioengineering 2009 Matthew O Donnell Bioengineering 2007 Leroy Hood Genome Sciences Immunology and Bioengineering former faculty 2007 Leroy Hood Computer Science and Engineering former faculty 2006 Susan Eggers Computer Science and Engineering 2005 Allan S Hoffman Bioengineering 2003 Phil Bernstein Computer Science and Engineering 2003 Burton Smith Computer Science and Engineering 2002 Buddy D Ratner Bioengineering 2001 Joost A Businger Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysics 2001 Edward D Lazowska Computer Science and Engineering 2000 James B Bassingthwaighte Bioengineering 1998

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  • Office of Research - Faculty Memberships & Awards
    use for the general welfare The NAS was signed into being by President Abraham Lincoln on March 3 1863 at the height of the Civil War As mandated in its Act of Incorporation the NAS has since 1863 served to investigate examine experiment and report upon any subject of science or art whenever called upon to do so by any department of the government 2014 Eric D Asaro Oceanography 2014 Benjamin D Hall Botany and Genome Sciences 2013 David Kaplan Physics 2013 Mary Lidstrom Chemical Engineering and Microbiology 2012 James M Bardeen Physics 2012 James Eichler Genome Sciences 2012 Ann E Nelson Physics 2011 Daniel Gottschling Basic Science Division 2011 Donald Grayson Department of Anthropology 2010 Patricia K Kuhl Speech and Hearing Sciences 2009 Caroline Harwood Microbiology 2009 Adrian E Raftery Statistics and Sociology 2008 Michael J Bevan Immunology 2008 Elizabeth Alison Thompson Statistics 2007 Brian F Atwater Earth and Space Sciences 2006 David Baker Biochemistry 2006 Barbara Reskin Sociology 2005 Steven Henikoff Genome Sciences 2005 Mary Claire King Medicine and Genome Sciences 2004 Everett Peter Greenberg Microbiology 2004 R G Hamish Robertson Physics 2003 Linda B Buck Physiology and Biophysics 2003 Jody Deming Oceanography and Astrobiology 2003 Edward Miles Marine Affairs 2001 Philip P Green Genome Sciences 2001 Mark T Groudine Radiation Oncology 2000 Stanley Fields Genetics and Medicine 2000 Sen itiroh Hakomori Pathobiology and Microbiology 2000 Robert Waterston Genome Sciences 1999 Joseph Felsenstein Genetics and Biology 1999 Wick C Haxton Physics former faculty 1998 Robert Eisenman Biochemistry 1998 E Norval Fortson Physics 1997 John Michael Wallace Atmospheric Sciences 1996 Joseph Beavo Pharmacology 1996 Richard Karp Computer Science and Engineering former faculty 1995 Donald E Brownlee Astronomy 1995 Donald C Malins Environmental and Occupational Health former faculty 1995 David Thouless Physics 1994 Eric G Adelberger Physics 1994 James R

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