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    are directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF and are working on projects for proposals that are submitted ON OR AFTER January 4 2010 Who gives me access provides the username and password For CITI and CMDITR creating a username and password is a self registration process If I m a student what department should I report as being affiliated with Report your department with which your PI on the NSF grant is affiliated How much time do I have to complete the RCR trainings in their entirety The expectation is that you complete the trainings within three months of starting the training Do PIs need to document in their proposals that RCR training will be provided PIs do not need to document anything in the proposal on RCR training The University assures NSF that training is provided when submitting a proposal and it has the signature of the institutional official Are PIs other faculty working on NSF grants or staff required to take RCR training The RCR training requirement is limited to students and postdocs directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF who are working on research projects so faculty are not required to complete the RCR training If I m volunteering my time on an NSF specific project or am participating in a NSF supported project for course credit am I required to take RCR training No Only students and postodocs who are directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF and conducting research are subject to the RCR training requirement If a UW PI is conducting research supported by an NSF grant and the PI is working with a non US student who is volunteering effort on the grant and working in Europe does this student need to complete the RCR Training Only UW students and postdocs directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF have to take RCR training through University of Washington If I am an individual who has transferred from another institution where an RCR requirement was in place will any prior training be accepted by the UW or will I have to take the RCR training required and offered by UW If you are a UW student or post doc receiving funding from NSF you are required to complete RCR training while at the UW Previous RCR training completions may not be used to meet the UW requirement Does NSF have a Responsible Conduct of Research Frequently Asked Questions webpage NSF recently updated the Responsible Conduct of Research Frequently Asked Questions website on August 16 2010 Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training for undergraduate students All University of Washington UW undergraduate students working on NSF sponsored research projects are required to complete Responsible Conduct of Research RCR provided by the Center on Materials and Devices for Information Technology Research CMDITR Register Complete Confirm Completion Self register for the course on the CMDITR RCR web site Registration Instructions Register with training host Create a login and password Enter

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  • Office of Research - Graduate Students & Postdoctoral Researchers
    self registration process If I m a student what department should I report as being affiliated with Report your department with which your PI on the NSF grant is affiliated How much time do I have to complete the RCR trainings in their entirety The expectation is that you complete the trainings within three months of starting the training Do PIs need to document in their proposals that RCR training will be provided PIs do not need to document anything in the proposal on RCR training The University assures NSF that training is provided when submitting a proposal and it has the signature of the institutional official Are PIs other faculty working on NSF grants or staff required to take RCR training The RCR training requirement is limited to students and postdocs directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF who are working on research projects so faculty are not required to complete the RCR training If I m volunteering my time on an NSF specific project or am participating in a NSF supported project for course credit am I required to take RCR training No Only students and postodocs who are directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF and conducting research are subject to the RCR training requirement If a UW PI is conducting research supported by an NSF grant and the PI is working with a non US student who is volunteering effort on the grant and working in Europe does this student need to complete the RCR Training Only UW students and postdocs directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF have to take RCR training through University of Washington If I am an individual who has transferred from another institution where an RCR requirement was in place will any prior training be accepted by the UW or will I have to take the RCR training required and offered by UW If you are a UW student or post doc receiving funding from NSF you are required to complete RCR training while at the UW Previous RCR training completions may not be used to meet the UW requirement Does NSF have a Responsible Conduct of Research Frequently Asked Questions webpage NSF recently updated the Responsible Conduct of Research Frequently Asked Questions website on August 16 2010 Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Researchers All University of Washington UW graduate students and postdoctoral researchers working on NSF sponsored research projects are required to complete Responsible Conduct of Research RCR provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative CITI Register Complete Confirm Completion Self register for the course on the CITI program web site Registration Instructions Click on the link for New Users Register Here Select an institution in most cases it should be the University of Washington Note Indicate if you have affiliations with the VA Dept of Energy or HIV AIDS Network Coordination You will be able to provide information about multiple affiliations later Select a username and password

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  • Office of Research - Announcements
    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

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  • Office of Research - Announcements
    Care and Use Committee IACUC UW Medicine Compliance Research Excellence Energy at UW eScience Guides Clinical Trials Handbook Grants gov Submission Guide Researcher s Guide You are here OR Home Announcements 1619 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 Announcements Search UW Startup Creates Underwater Robotics with a Human Touch May 2 2014 at 2 07pm It should be just as easy to use a robotic arm as it is to use your own hand That s the thinking behind University of Washington startup BluHaptics which is taking telerobotics controlling robots from a distance to a new level underwater Using technology developed by Howard Chizeck s lab in the Department of Electrical Engineering a team of UW scientists and engineers working at the

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  • Office of Research - Announcements
    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

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  • Office of Research - Announcements
    OR Home Announcements 1584 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

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  • Office of Research - Announcements
    Executive Director Grant Contract Accounting Equipment Inventory Office Jim Kresl Assistant Vice Provost Office of Research Information Services Office of Research Questions Email osptrain uw edu UW Sponsors Export Compliance Workshop Jul 20 2012 at 10 44am TITLE Deemed Exports Compliance Implications for Universities and Independent Research Institutions DESCRIPTION How are universities and research institutions incorporating the export control requirements in sponsored research programs What are the challenges faced in deemed exports compliance and understanding contract language Can I bring persons from overseas to work on federal government sponsored programs How is fundamental research affected by export control policy Where does export control reform stand now and how will it relate to sponsored programs These key concerns are part of the work of universities and research institutions involved in legal sponsored programs human resources and academic departments Please join us to explore these topics as well as related experiences and challenges within your research community in applying and managing deemed export regulations Examples of best practices and how institutions are now incorporating export control compliance programs will be discussed Representatives from the Bureau of Industry and Security BIS will be on hand to present information as well as listen to the key deemed export concerns facing institutions today DETAILS One Day Workshop sponsored by UW and hosted by Dorsey Whitney LLP August 2nd from 8am to 5pm Located at the offices of Dorsey Whitney in downtown Seattle 25 registration includes light breakfast lunch and refreshments MORE For a list of speakers the agenda and other details go here New FCOI training available Jun 7 2012 at 10 38am The online Financial Conflicts of Interest FCOI training is now available at http uw edu research fcoi Starting August 24th 2012 Public Health Service PHS funded investigators or investigators anticipating receiving PHS funds must complete the online FCOI training prior to the expenditure of funds on any new awards Department of Energy Awards More Than 145 Million for Advanced Solar Technologies Sep 14 2011 at 2 59pm Energy Secretary Steven Chu today announced more than 145 million for projects to help shape the next generation of solar energy technologies and ensure that the United States remains a leader in this global market Sixty nine projects in 24 states will accelerate research and development to increase efficiency lower costs and advance cutting edge technologies Funded through DOE s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy the projects will also improve materials manufacturing processes and supply chains for a wide range of photovoltaic PV solar cells and components of solar energy systems Some of these investments also support efforts that will shorten the overall timeline from prototype to production and streamline building codes zoning laws permitting rules and business processes for installing solar energy systems Two faculty received awards Hugh Hillhouse got the only award that went to Washington State and Scott Dunham is funded via the award to Solar World in Oregon Read the full article at http www1 eere energy gov solar news detail html news id 17701 Taking meds before exposure cuts HIV risk for heterosexuals Aug 30 2011 at 1 50pm Heterosexuals who are HIV negative can significantly reduce their risk of infection by taking a daily dose of an antiviral drug according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The study called TDF2 followed 1 200 uninfected heterosexual men and women between the ages of 18 and 39 years in Botswana Africa Read more at CNN http thechart blogs cnn com 2011 07 13 taking meds before exposure cuts hiv risk for heterosexuals utm source feedburner utm medium feed utm campaign Feed 3A rss 2Fcnn gupta 28Blog 3A Paging Dr Gupta 29 NSF Awards Grant to Establish Engineering Research Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering Aug 30 2011 at 1 32pm An 18 5 million grant has been awarded by the National Science Foundation for establishment of a new Engineering Research Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering at the University of Washington UW Researchers at the centre will develop neurobotics which is development of robotic replacement limbs that can be controlled with the mind Read more at http www azorobotics com news aspx newsID 1797 UW ranked 16th in world in recent study Aug 26 2011 at 1 55pm The University of Washington ranks 16th among universities around the world in a recent study by the Center for World Class Universities of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Read the article at UW Today at http www washington edu news articles uw ranked 16th in world in recent study 1 Scholarships now available for Ethical Considerations in Research Collaborations conference Jul 13 2011 at 10 52am Graduate student scholarships are now available for the Ethical Considerations in Research Collaborations conference at Meany Hall University of Washington September 22 23 2011 The application page is here http courses washington edu oriconf registration apply for student scholarship Deadline for submission August 18 2011 5 p m Pacific Standard Time A limited number of scholarships are available for graduate students who attend the conference Preference will be given to graduate students who submit an original abstract that represents their field of scholarly work AND is judged to be relevant to the conference objectives Please see the How do I submit an Abstract FAQ and Submit an Abstract page for more information Scholarship applications will be accepted thru August 18th Individuals awarded scholarships will be informed by September 1st Applicants must complete the registration process in order to be considered for a scholarship Awardees will be reimbursed for their on line registration fee Please see How do I receive my scholarship FAQ for more information Research Integrity Conference at the UW Jun 17 2011 at 1 56am The University of Washington is hosting the next US Health and Human Services Office of Research Integrity sponsored conference Ethical Considerations in Research Collaborations Thursday September 22 2011 and Friday September 23 2011 Meany Hall University of Washington Nationally recognized speakers from across the country will focus on ethical challenges in three areas of research collaborations University Industry Collaboration Researcher to researcher collaboration Collaboration in the International Arena Read more and register for the conference here Read the preliminary agenda here Save the Date Conference on Research Ethics 9 22 9 23 11 Apr 8 2011 at 7 16am September 22 23 2011 Meany Hall The University of Washington and Region X of the Public Health Service have been funded by the Office of Research Integrity and the US Department of Health and Human Services to host a conference on the responsible and ethical conduct of research This conference is hosted in collaboration with co sponsors Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Seattle Children s Hospital The conference will be held on Sept 22 and 23 2011 in Meany Hall on the UW campus The theme is Ensuring an Ethical Foundation for Interdisciplinary Collaborations in Biomedical Research and the Provision of Public Health Services The conference will focus on ethical challenges in three areas of research collaborations University Industry Collaboration Building Translational Research Models Researcher to Researcher Collaboration Promoting Shared Standards and Resources Collaboration in the International Arena Challenges and Opportunities Who Should Attend Physicians researchers compliance officials educators research administrators attorneys and government employees Graduate students and post doctoral fellows are especially encouraged to attend Keynote presentations will be held in the main auditorium of Meany Hall with specific breakout sessions held nearby in Kane Hall A link to the conference s preliminary agenda and online registration information will be posted in April on the main web page for the Office of Research Please stay tuned and place this exciting and timely conference onto your calendars NSF Requirement for a Data Management Plan Jan 11 2011 at 9 32am NSF has instituted a new requirement for data management and sharing of the products of research All new proposals submitted or due on or after January 18 2011 must include a supplementary document of no more than two pages labeled Data Management Plan Note that if a Data Management Plan would not be applicable to the proposed scope of work a clear justification should be included If it is applicable the supplement should describe how the proposal will conform to NSF policy on the dissemination and sharing of research results see AAG Chapter VI D 4 and may include 1 the types of data samples physical collections software curriculum materials and other materials to be produced in the course of the project 2 the standards to be used for data and metadata format and content where existing standards are absent or deemed inadequate this should be documented along with any proposed solutions or remedies 3 policies for access and sharing including provisions for appropriate protection of privacy confidentiality security intellectual property or other rights or requirements 4 policies and provisions for re use re distribution and the production of derivatives and 5 plans for archiving data samples and other research products and for preservation of access to them Data management requirements and plans specific to the Directorate Office Division Program or other NSF unit relevant to a proposal are available at http www nsf gov bfa dias policy dmp jsp If guidance specific to the program is not available then the requirements established in this section apply NOTE The UW eScience Institute has provided some guidance on language for the Data Management Plan requirement that may apply The guidance can be found at http escience washington edu blog writing nsf data management plan UW Professor s Lifetime Efforts Receive International Recognition Nov 2 2010 at 3 09pm A prize claimed by renowned conservationists such as David Attenborough and directors of some of the world s largest botanic gardens has been awarded to Estella Leopold a University of Washington professor emeritus of biology forest resources and quaternary research Estella Leopold has dedicated herself to the preservation and stewardship of natural landscapes Read more at http www washington edu news archive 59408 Introducing Dave Eaton Interim Vice Provost for Research Oct 11 2010 at 7 48am I m delighted but humbled to step into the role of Interim Vice Provost for Research of this great University In spite of the relatively recent turn down in the national and state economies the research enterprise at the University of Washington remains as vibrant as ever Leading this remarkable organization is truly an honor Although there are many challenges we face I am comforted by the fact that I will still be reporting to the same bosses I ve had for the past five years in my role as Associate Vice Provost for Research Interim Provost Mary Lidstrom and Interim President Phyllis Wise have and will continue to provide steady leadership and vision for this University Most importantly I know that the dedicated staff in HSD ORIS OSP and OR Central will continue their tireless efforts to provide outstanding service to our stakeholders while at the same time ensuring full compliance with federal and state regulations The research productivity of our faculty staff and students continues to be nothing short of amazing this is the bright light in an otherwise dim economic climate The UW recently exceeded 325 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ARRA Stimulus funding from federal resources placing us at or near the top of all research institutions nation wide see ARRA side bar This is in addition to the over 1 billion in annual grants and contracts our faculty have received The recent UW Economic Impact Report shows how important the UW research enterprise is to the State of Washington For every dollar of state investment in the UW we have returned over 22 to the state economy Much of that impressive return on investment is the result of the 1 3 billion in research grants and contracts brought into the State as well as the intellectual stimulus and well trained graduates that attract new businesses with high paying jobs Finally the research enterprise is an integral part of the education mission of the UW I am committed to ensuring that the Office of Research does all that we can so that our students undergraduate graduate and professional have every opportunity to learn from and contribute to discovery the hallmark of our research endeavor True to our motto DISCOVERY is at the heart of the university Office of Research Names Eaton Interim Vice Provost for Research Aug 5 2010 at 8 19am Professor Dave Eaton has agreed to serve as Interim Vice Provost for Research as Mary Lidstrom moves into her new role as Interim Provost Dave has served as an Associate Vice Provost for the Office of Research since 2005 Dr Eaton received his Ph D in pharmacology from the University of Kansas Medical Center KUMC in 1978 and joined the University of Washington faculty in 1979 He is currently Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and also holds adjunct appointments in Public Health Genetics and Medicinal Chemistry He served as Associate Dean for Research in the School of Public Health from 2000 2005 In addition to his academic titles he is founding Director of the NIH NIEHS Core Center of Excellence the Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health at the University of Washington He has published over 150 scientific articles and book chapters in the field of molecular toxicology and chemical carcinogenesis and is author of several key textbook chapters on the principles of toxicology Dr Eaton is an Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Academy of Toxicological Sciences and is a Lifetime National Associate of the National Academies of Sciences UW Board of Regents Names Provost Phyllis Wise as Interim President Jul 15 2010 at 3 39pm The University of Washington Board of Regents at a special public meeting today voted to appoint Phyllis M Wise UW Provost and Executive Vice President to serve as interim president of the University of Washington while the Regents conduct a search for a new president to replace Mark Emmert Read the full article here University of Washington Names Lidstrom Interim Provost Jul 14 2010 at 6 41pm University of Washington Names Lidstrom Interim Provost Interim president designate Phyllis Wise has named Mary Lidstrom to be interim provost filling the position Wise will leave when she becomes interim president in the fall Lidstrom is Vice Provost for Research and a professor of microbiology and chemical engineering where she holds the Frank Jungers Chair of Engineering She has been the vice provost for research since 2005 The appointment was approved by the Board of Regents at its regular meeting today I am delighted Mary is willing to step into the provost s position said Wise She has a great perspective on the major issues the University faces and understands deeply the importance of investing strategically to support excellence in discovery and learning She s a highly respected academic and administrative leader and I look forward to working with her in our new roles Lidstrom has been at the UW twice first from 1978 85 and again since 1996 She earned her B S in microbiology from Oregon State and her master s and Ph D in bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin She was a Leverhulme postdoctoral fellow in microbiology at the University of Sheffield She has also held academic appointments in the Center for Great Lakes Studies in Milwaukee and in environmental engineering science at the California Institute of Technology She is a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Lidstrom has directed or co directed a number of interdisciplinary programs that couple biology and engineering She also has implemented an educational initiative that encourages engineering students to pursue careers at the boundary between engineering and biology and oversees the NHGRI funded Genomics Outreach to Minorities program at UW In addition she runs an active research program in applied microbiology Lidstrom has a history of excellence in educational innovation In 1993 she won the Caltech Associated Students Distinguished Teaching Award and in 2003 she received the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor Award for learning at the life sciences engineering boundary In 2006 she received the American Society for Microbiology Graduate Teaching Award for her long track record in mentoring graduate and postdoctoral students As the University s chief academic and budgetary officer the Provost provides leadership in educational and curriculum development formulation and allocation of space long range strategic planning and management of the University s research programs and serves as deputy to the President and provides advice and assistance to her and to the deans and the faculty in these matters Alfred Berg receives Curtis Hames Award for Research May 14 2010 at 8 09am Alfred O Berg UW professor and immediate past chair of the Department of Family Medicine received the Curtis Hames Award for Research at the recent meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine in Vancouver B C This is the highest research recognition in family medicine awarded jointly by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine the American Academy of Family Physicians and the North American Primary Care Research Group Read the full story here Mary Claire King awarded Dawson Prize in Genetics May 14 2010 at 8 08am Mary Claire King the American Cancer Society Research Professor at the UW School of Medicine and renowned geneticist has received the 2010 Trinity College Dublin Dawson Prize in Genetics She was presented with the award by the college s Smurfit Institute of Genetics after she gave a public lecture on Genetics and Breast Cancer Progress in Personalised Medicine last month Read the full story here Launch of the Office of research iSTAR website Apr 13 2010 at 9 28am This site features our metrics dashboard training and survey results and progress updates to OR s strategic goals through process improvement initiatives The dashboard measures organization success in the following areas Customer Service

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  • Benjamin Hall, Eric D’Asaro elected to National Academy of Sciences | UW Today
    a news release April 29 from the academy Ben Hall Hall a UW faculty member since 1963 developed a method for producing genetically engineered proteins in yeast He and his collaborators then used the yeast invention to produce the coat protein of human hepatitis B virus in yeast cells the basis for a vaccine now used worldwide The patented invention for expression of proteins in yeast has been licensed by manufacturers returning royalty revenue to the UW Since 1994 Hall has been interested in molecular evolution studying the evolutionary history of fungi as well as the northern hemisphere dispersal and evolutionary tree of the 1 000 species in genus Rhododendron Hall is a graduate of the University of Kansas and received his doctorate in chemistry from Harvard Eric D Asaro D Asaro studies ocean turbulence and mixing in environments ranging from coastal currents to the deep sea and beneath hurricanes For the past 20 years he has developed a unique type of underwater float and used the technology to measure ocean turbulence and its effect on biological activity He is a fellow of the American Geophysical Union and of the American Meteorological Association D Asaro earned his bachelor s and master s degrees in physics in 1976 from Harvard University and his doctorate in oceanography in 1980 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Those newly elected bring the total number of active academy members to 2 214 and the total number of foreign associates to 444 Share this Facebook Twitter Email Print Tagged with Applied Physics Laboratory College of Arts Sciences College of the Environment Department of Biology Department of Genome Sciences School of Oceanography Office of News Information Browse Articles Contact Us Community Photos UW Classifieds University Photography UW Experts Search UW Today Search Browse Categories Select Category Administrative Affairs Archive Arts and Entertainment Buildings and Grounds Education Engineering Environment For UW Employees Health and Medicine Honors and Awards Learning News Releases News Roundups Politics and Government Profiles Research Science Social Science Technology UW and the Community Latest Stories Ferroelectric switching seen in biological tissues 5 hours ago Zippy electric micro cars coming to campus for sustainability research 8 hours ago UW students electric hybrid car takes 2nd in international competition 3 days ago Global issues at play in book of study abroad student letters 5 days ago Related Stories UW s James Riley elected to National Academy of Engineering February 6 2014 Academy of arts and sciences inducting Franklin Fine April 23 2014 AAAS names five UW researchers as fellows November 26 2013 Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore the UW Admissions Undergraduates Graduates UW Online Paying for college Husky Promise Financial aid estimator Continuing Education Summer quarter Academics Academic calendar Colleges Schools Departments Undergraduate learning Graduate School Course catalog Undergraduate majors Evening degree program

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