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  • 1. Services of Research and Sponsored Programs October 27, 2010

2. Jackie Frederick Director, Pre-Award Services Ext. 2664 Internal Funding Opportunities 3. Internal Funding Opportunities Does WSU offer its own small grants program for new faculty? 4. Research Incentive Program Supports research and other scholarly activities. Research Initiation Grants Professional Development Grants See: www.wright.edu/rsp/ Click on: Internal Funding Programs 5. Research Incentive Program Research Initiation Grants Purpose: To provide seed funding for new research efforts to attract external funding Eligibility: Fully-affiliated faculty (other than Boonshoft School of Medicine) Maximum award: $10,000 Annual Winter quarter competition 6. Research Incentive Program Research Initiation Grant Awards FY2010 32 proposals submitted 6 funded Total dollars awarded--$56,496 7. Research Incentive Program Research Initiation Grants FY2010 Sample Award Titles Advanced Energy System Transient Analysis Tool Development Evolution of AAV Vectors for HIV Infected Cells Global Warming Potential of a Wetland Mitigation Bank in Southwest Ohio 8. Research Incentive Program Professional Development Grants Purpose: To provide seed funding for more general, diverse scholarly activities Eligibility: Fully-affiliated faculty (other than Boonshoft School of Medicine) Maximum award: $3,000 Annual Winter quarter competition 9. Research Incentive Program Professional Development Grant Awards FY2010 12 proposals submitted 6 funded Total dollars awarded--$17,550 10. Research Incentive Program Professional Development Grants FY2010 Sample Award Title Caucasian Borderlands: The Origin of Russias Empire in the Caucasus, 1500- 1800 Completion of Research in Berlin and Munich for Major Book about Bertolt Brecht, Entitled Acting Brecht 11. External Funding Opportunities Brandy Foster Associate Director, Pre-Award Ext. 2423 12. WSU Grants & Contracts Awarded by Sponsor FY 2009-2010 Total with Stimulus: $94,111,241 Actual Total: $81,123,292 Federal Agencies 47.7% State Agencies 31.1% Industry/Business 6.4% Non-Profits 5.6% Educational Institutions 7.8% Other Government Agencies 1.1% Foreign Sponsors 0.2% Multiple Source 0.0% Awards by Major Funding Source FY10 13. WSU Grant and Contract Awards by Function FY 2009-2010 $0 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 $30 $35 $40 Development Instruction Public Service Institutional Support Student Aid Research Awards by Type of Activity FY10 (in millions) 14. External Funding Opportunities-- Workshops/Training Faculty Orientation Subject-specific training/classes One-on-one consultation Proposal Writing Workshop Funding Opportunities Workshop Grants.gov 15. External Funding Opportunities-- Where to begin? Faculty Interest Profile* Web-based Tool: COS (Includes CBD and Federal Register) Other Resources: Links under Proposal Preparation *Found at 16. External Funding Opportunities-- RSP Publications Research News (Web) Published 3 times/year RSP Annual Report Research News Research Challenge Awards Announced 17. External Funding Opportunities--Web Tool COS (Community of Science) RSP home page: http://www.wright.edu/rsp Search COS Funding Opportunities 18. Pre-Award Services Jackie Frederick, Director Brandy Foster, Associate Director Marianne Shreck, Assistant Director Sheila Bensman, Assistant Director 19. Proposal Preparation Budgets? Cost sharing? Certifications? Forms? Signatures? RSP is here to help. 20. Proposal Preparation Guidance on Funding Sources Application Packages and Guidelines Electronic versus paper Direct links to sponsor forms/sites Liaison with Institutional Support Committees Institutional Review Board (IRB) Laboratory Care and Animal Use (LACUC) Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) Interpretation/Use of Sponsor Guidelines 21. Proposal Preparation Budget Preparation Salaries and fringe benefits Other budget requirements Facilities & Admin (F&A) Costs Cost share budgets Tuition scholarship policy Single/Multiple year budgets Compliance with guidelines 22. Proposal Preparation Review Standard Forms Complete? Accurate? Assure Proper Administrative Designations Grants/Contracts awarded to Institution Assure Proper Research Committee Authorizations IRB, LACUC, IBC Secure Proper Authorizations Internal routing Note: Ellen Reinsch Friese is the authorized signatory official for WSU 23. Proposal Preparation-- Routing Minimum required for routing: Proposal title and Abstract/Project Summary Final budget (sponsor and cost share, if applicable) and budget justification Pre-Award prepares for signature: Authorization to Seek Off-Campus Funds Conflict of Interest Statement Other administrative forms/letters of intent The Goal: Route before proposal submission! 24. Proposal Preparation Getting the proposal out the door. Check for completeness Monitor assembly Copy and mail (UPS) or Electronic Submission -Grants.gov -NSF FastLane -Other e-systems RSP tracks FedEx and/or electronically submitted applications to confirm sponsor receipt 25. Proposal Preparation As appropriate, conduct negotiations on behalf of the university Budget Publication Rights Intellectual Property Rights Indemnification Confidentiality 26. Break Please rejoin us in 10 minutes. 27. Institutional Compliance Ellen Reinsch-Friese Asst. Vice President for Research Robyn Wilks, IRB Coordinator Chris Piekkola, Programs Facilitator, LACUC and IBC Jodi Blacklidge, Program Coordinator, IRB 28. Compliance Overview IRB Local body charged by the Federal government to oversee human subjects research (45 CFR Part 46) * Guidelines and petitions found under Human Subjects at RSPs homepage What is an IRB? 29. Compliance Overview IRB To review research and to ensure the rights and welfare of human subjects involved in research are adequately protected. Researchers are qualified to research involving human subjects. Subjects are fully aware of the studys parameters and their role. Purpose of an IRB? 30. Compliance Overview IRB A living individual about whom an investigator conducting research obtains Data through intervention or interaction with the individual, or Identifiable private information. What is a Human Subject? 31. Compliance Overview IRB Full Board More than minimal risk. Minimal risk study that does not qualify for Expedited Review. Review both Biomedical/Social Behavioral research. Levels of IRB Review 32. Compliance Overview IRB Expedited Subcommittee of the full board (Advisory body) Minimal risk only Must meet one or more of the 9 federally- defined expedited categories Levels of IRB Review 33. Compliance Overview IRB Exempt Exempt from federal regulations The IRB Chair (not investigators) must certify that the research qualifies as exempt Levels of IRB Review 34. Compliance Overview IRB Full Board: Monthly (3rd Monday) 8 working days before meeting Expedited Advisory Review Committee: Bi-weekly 5 working days before meeting Exempt: No meeting. Decision within a week of submission When Do They Meet? 35. Compliance Overview IRB IRB Petition Summary Limitation requirements in petition instructions Consent form/Cover Letter Supporting Documents Permission letters, Questionnaires Interview questions Advertisements Debriefing document What to Submit 36. Compliance Overview IRB CITI (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative) Human Subjects Protections Biomedical/Social Behavioral Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Health Information Privacy and Security (HIPS) Refresher Course Training 37. Compliance Overview LACUC Laboratory Animal Care & Use Committee (LACUC) * What is an animal? All vertebrate animals involved in research, testing, and teaching * Guidelines and petitions found under Human Subjects or Laboratory Animals links at RSPs homepage (or through Policies and Procedures on RSP homepage at ) 38. Compliance Overview LACUC LACUC Mission Statement: Assure that all activities involving animals meet the ethical and legal requirements for their humane care and use. Maintain and promote an open and cooperative relationship with investigators, faculty, and the greater University community. Educate the WSU community concerning the ethical and regulatory considerations for the humane care of animals. 39. Compliance Overview LACUC LACUC All use of vertebrate animals in research, testing or teaching must be approved by the LACUC prior to commencement of the project. Requires veterinarian review and consultation prior to submission of protocol to RSP. 40. Compliance Overview IBC Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) * Oversees the safe and ethical use of: -- Recombinant DNA (rDNA) and Biohazardous agents Biohazardous agent is an infectious agent or other substance produced by a living organism that causes disease in another living organism. * Guidelines and petitions found under Biohazards link at RSPs homepage (or through Policies and Procedures on RSP homepage at ) 41. Compliance Overview IBC IBC Mission Statement: Assure that all activities involving recombinant DNA and biohazardous agents meet the ethical and legal requirements for the responsible use of these agents. Establish policies and make recommendations to the University regarding such activities. Maintain and promote an open and cooperative relationship with investigators and the WSU community. Educate the WSU community concerning the regulatory requirements for the use of these agents. 42. Compliance Overview IBC IBC Anyone intending to perform activities involving recombinant DNA or biohazardous agents must submit a protocol to the IBC for consideration. Requires Institutional Biosafety Officer review and consultation prior to submission of protocol to RSP. 43. Compliance Overview Other Safet