Office of Research Administration
       Professional Development

PI-Specific: The Offices of Research Support Services have created training programs which are meant to specifically provide principal investigators and other scientific staff with additional knowledge regarding the various administrative aspects of research administration. Courses available within this module will provide principal investigators and other scientific staff with a fundamental knowledge of pre and post activities that will further aid in the overall administration of an individual's sponsored research portfolio.

R102W Research Administration Fundamentals for Principal Investigators & Faculty
Location: Online
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Principal Investigators and Faculty will review their general responsibility to conduct ethical sponsored projects, and discover which resources are available to assist them to fulfill research responsibilities at TJU, and how to access these resources.
Researchers completing this self directed learning module will know that certain sponsored research activities are regulated, what the regulations are, and the reasons for these regulations. The emphasis of the module is management of finances and property, the areas of expertise of the Office of Research Administration.
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R103W Research Administration Fundamentals for Laboratory and Technical Personnel
Location: Online
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Staff working in technical roles on sponsored projects will understand their general responsibility to conduct ethical sponsored projects, know what resources are available to assist them to fulfill these responsibilities at TJU, and be able to describe their specific grant or contract after completing this self directed learning module.
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R201W Subawards Versus Consultants
Location: Online
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Learn when to classify someone not on your staff working in research as a consultant, and when that work is considered a subaward. This course will cover subawards vs consultants from time of application through to account establishment and the paperwork associated with each.
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R204W Transferring A Grant Into TJU
Location: Online
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Learn the particulars of transferring a NIH grant from one institution, into TJU.
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R205W Transferring A Grant From TJU
Location: On-Line
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Learn the particulars of transferring a NIH grant from TJU to another institution.
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R239W Travel Expenses on Grants
Location: Online
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Learn which regulations apply to travel which is paid by sponsored programs, the differences when you pay by VSA accounts, and travel that wasn't budgeted for in the initial application.
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R310W Common Challenges with Industry Agreements
Location: Online
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Compare and contrast industry and the university, and become familiar with the general process at TJU for industry sponsored research. Learn different agreement types and how to avoid problematic provisions in planning and administering industry sponsored research.
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R529W Introduction to NIH Research Funding
Location: Online
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Learn about the granting authority of the NIH, different types of funding, initiatives and other areas of opportunity. The review and submission process will also be discussed.
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T106W RACE: Material Transfer Agreements
Location: On-Line
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Presented by Robert DeHaven
This course provides an overview of The Office of Technology Transfer and Business Development (OTT) and how biological Material Transfer Agreements (MTA) are managed.
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T115W RACE: Research Performance Progress Report
Location: On-Line
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Detailed training on completing the NIH Research Performance Progress Report
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T118W RACE: Pivot
Location: On-Line
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Pivot combines the most comprehensive, editorially maintained database of funding opportunities worth an estimated $33 billion with our unique database of 3 million pre-populated scholar profiles.
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T120W Introduction to Export Control
Location: On-Line
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Export Control: How it Can Affect Your Research Project
As Jefferson expands its international footprint within the research community, it has become necessary for PI’s, administrators and research staff to understand and comply with the federal regulations regarding Export Control. If your project involves collaborations with foreign colleagues in countries outside the U.S., shipment of biological samples or equipment to a foreign country, or restrictions on published results, then this workshop will be important to your projects.
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T121W Highlights from Non-Research Policies that Impact Sponsored Projects
Location: On-Line
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