Guiding investigators through regulatory requirements for human subject research
The IRB for the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus and affiliates.
Identifies and review of potential conflicts through disclosure procedures
Services promoting productivity, safety and health of students, researchers, and employees
Export control support for research and other international activities.
Supporting the integrity of Protected Health Information (PHI) and individual’s privacy
The CU Anschutz CRIO will empower CU Anschutz with the leadership it needs to thrive in an increasingly data-driven world and will coordinate the use of information and information systems to transform biomedical research and improve quality and efficiency.
Supporting researchers in obtaining and administering extramural funds for research
Regulatory offices where researchers can find assistance
Faculty resource for external support of research and teaching activities
Faculty development resources targeted at enhancing faculty research and creative work
Supporting business-critical systems and equipment in Research Administration
Supporting ethical conduct in research
By expanding research collaborations between the University of Colorado Anschutz and Boulder campuses, the AB Nexus will generate knowledge that improves human well-being and spurs innovation and economic development.
We have created a centralized biobank and governance structure to collect and manage access to COVID-19 positive samples to facilitate research
The CTOP team will provide project management, protocol writing and pharmo-vigilance support.
Provides a pool of experienced study coordinators and regulatory staff to assist with clinical research study start-up, implementation, and closeout. This resource alleviates the administrative burden associated with training and managing research staff and allows investigators to pay only for the amount of effort required.
As COVID-19 impacts all aspects of research, we have created a webpage that highlights the ramp up process, current funded projects and other resources specific to the pandemic and active research.
This highly collaborative effort aims to generate multidimensional datasets from biospecimens from COVID-19 patients and controls, which will be integrated with matching clinical data.
The CU Research Pharmacy cross-collaborative project is led by the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and in partnership with the School of Medicine, the CU Anschutz Chancellor, and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
Created in partnership between the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the School of Medicine and Office of Information Technology this website is designed to assist faculty and staff searching for IT computing resources available at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
LabArchives is a web-based collaborative tool that was specifically designed for the storage, organization, sharing, and publishing of research data.
The Multi-Investigator Grant Advisory and Support Program has been established through a joint effort between the School of Medicine and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research to provide administrative support and limited pilot project funding to promote collaborative projects between University of Colorado faculty.