Rutgers office of Federal Relations, located just steps from the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., works closely with administrators, faculty, staff and students throughout Rutgers to build relationships with key federal policymakers who will help advance the important scientific work going on throughout the University. Read more about the role this office plays in advancing research at Rutgers and why the federal investment in science is so important.
ArtSci IRB Roll Out to eIRB System Begins June 1
Roll out of eIRB to legacy Rutgers will be on a campus based schedule. Researchers (professional or student) from any program on either the Busch or Livingston campus submitting human subject research projects to the IRB on or after June 1 will need to do so through the eIRBwebsite.
RBHS is hosting the
Office of Research Commercialization(ORC) for two workshops in May to discuss how Rutgers researchers can take advantage of the services provided by ORC. The first will be held at the School of Dental Medicine in Newark on Monday, May 8, the second will be at the Clinical Academic Building in New Brunswick on Tuesday, May 9. Both will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. For questions, contact Vince Smeraglia.
Grants and Gifts Each week in the
Rutgers Faculty & Staff Bulletin we run a small sample of the many grants awarded to Rutgers researchers. The archive ishere.
Accessing the Archive, Contributing Content and Email Addresses
You are invited to submit research-related news and events for this newsletter from the Office of Research and Economic Development. We send it to all Rutgers faculty and our list of more than 850 research staff. To add a staff member to the list, send the email address email@example.com go to the newsletter archive here.