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The Genesis Research and Grants Adminisration Office is dedicated to supporting and encouraging clinicians as they seek to combine professional development and research activities with the demands of caring for their patients.
We offer a number of different services to assist researchers in carrying out research at Genesis. Contact us at 563-421-7955 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Services provided include:
We have developed a number of IRB approved tools and templates to assist in developing investigator-initiated research projects. Feel free to use these tools as you develop your study.
Genesis recognizes that research is an investment, and is dedicated to supporting the efforts of investigators in conducting clinical research at Genesis. We have established the Research Promotion Fund to support unfunded research at Genesis.
GENESIS EMPLOYEES - Requests for travel and/or education funds must include a completed Travel & Requisition Form. Please leave the Entity Name/Department Name section blank, and have your manager sign the Requisition Form before submitting it with your application. E-mail completed Requisition Forms to email@example.com
All applications are reviewed by the Research Promotion Fund Committee. The typical review time is 2-3 weeks.
All investigators and key research personnel involved in the design, implementation, analysis and/or reporting of a research study must complete Conflicts of Interest (COI) disclosure, annually.
Genesis uses COI Smart to track disclosures. You will receive an e-mail from COI Smart annually asking you to complete the disclosure questionnaire. Any changes in financial or associational interests throughout the year must be reported promptly in COI Smart – https://genesis.coi-smart.com
Requests for information regarding significant financial interests held by researchers on federally funded studies can be obtained within 5 days of receipt by contacting the Research and Grants Administration Office at 563-421-7955 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All investigators and key research personnel involved in the design, implementation, analysis and reporting of a Public Health Service funded (e.g., National Institutes of Health, Food and Drug Administration) research study must complete COI in Research training at least once every 4 years.
Access the COI Training by completing the following steps:
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