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Clinical Research

Clinical Research Administration guides investigators through regulatory requirements for human subject research (FDA, MTA, CDA, CTA, OnCore, IRB and ClinicalTrials.gov). Email the Clinical Research Administration team

Clinical Research Administration and the Clinical Research Support Team (CReST) offer experienced study coordinators and regulatory staff to support investigators from study start-up through closeout:

The Investigational New Drug and Device team (IND/IDE) facilitates advancement of researchers’ innovations through expert support and collaboration managing administrative, regulatory and safety elements of the product development lifecycle. Email the IND/IDE team.

Colorado Multiple Institutional Review Board (COMIRB), External IRB, and Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) review human subjects research work to ensure it complies with regulations, meets commonly accepted ethical standards, follows institutional policies, and adequately protects research participants: 

The Conflict of Interest team Identifies conflicts through rigorous, consistent review of annual disclosures: 

Grants and Contracts

The Office of Grants and Contracts (OGC) helps investigators secure external support for their instructional, research, public service and scholarly activities.

The outgoing subcontracts team helps researchers setup speedtype and data transfer before accepting awards for studies. Email the subcontracts team

The Procurement Service Center (PSC) administers purchasing and payable functions, helping research teams get the best value for every dollar while complying with applicable rules. Email the Procurement Service Center.

Health Safety and Animal Care

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Environmental Health and Safety promotes the productivity, safety and health of students, researchers and employees alongside the Office of Laboratory Animal Resources whose aim is to deploy technology and a compassionate, knowledgeable staff in investigations involving animal research models.

More Resources

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research maintains a complete directory of all researcher resources to provide comprehensive guidance and expertise to support investigators through every step of the research lifecycle. 

CU Innovations (CUI, formerly TTO) provides access to an extensive portfolio of biomedical technologies, clinical validation opportunities and resources for startup development. Email CU Innovations.

Formerly UPI, CU Medicine offers comprehensive, lifelong, interdisciplinary learning for health care professionals, helping CU investigators transform the health care landscape.

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