The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus encourages and supports outside interactions of its faculty and student employees with federal, state, and local governments, and with business and industry as important parts of their research, education, and public service activities.

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The annual Conflict of Interest Disclosure period begins August 12, 2020.


All faculty, assistant professor and higher, as well as individuals on research; University staff with fiscal roles; officers, and others as required by University policy must complete Conflict of Interest Disclosures.

In addition to the annual disclosure period, the COI disclosure needs to be updated within 30 days of a change, addition, or elimination. For all new employees who are required to submit a COI disclosure, it must be completed with 60 days of your start date. 

CU Denver | Anschutz has a “Zero Dollar Threshold” - this means outside activities that reasonably relate to one's university duties must be disclosed, even if there is no compensation or remuneration for the activity.  This includes all activities and collaborations, paid and unpaid, involving foreign governments, foreign universities, foreign talent recruitment, or similar programs. 


 Questions?

Please contact coi@ucdenver.edu with any questions about the disclosure period.

COI Toolkit

Submit the Conflict of Interest Form through InfoEd eRA

InfoEd eRA Login

Disclose travel within 30 days of returning from a trip

Travel Disclosure Form

Affiliated investigators, students and CU non-employees can gain access to the InfoEd eRA system by filling out a Person of Interest (POI) form

Person of Interest (POI) Form

As required under Public Health Service Regulations, Conflict of Interest management plans are available to the public upon request

Request a Plan

User-Based Resources