Effective January 5, 2020, the salary limitation for Executive Level II is $197,300.... Read MoreInternal Medicine
Clinical Trials Unit
The Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) serves as a central resource for investigators and study staff involved in clinical trials research. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive clinical research infrastructure and training to facilitate the work of clinical investigators and their study teams in a timely, efficient, and customer-friendly manner, while supporting the safe and ethical conduct of clinical research.
We aim to increase the quality and quantity of clinical research trials in the Dept. of Internal Medicine by strengthening trial management through administrative services, research support, and education.
What We Can Do for You:
CTU provides support and resources to IM investigators and research personnel in order to ensure efficient and compliant conduct of human subject research.
- Serve as a source of information about institutional research resources and regulations (including SOPs)
- Facilitate training and education on various aspects of clinical trials
- Offer clinical research coordination support/services
- Perform internal monitoring and audits for PI initiated trials
- Provide support for clinical research regulatory compliance, including ClinicalTrials.gov and FDA applications (IND, IDE)
The 1U4U Funding Initiative has been launched! This program is designed to seed faculty collaborations in areas of mutual research, scholarship, education and institutional opportunity, bridging both academic affairs and health sciences. ... Read MoreInternal Medicine
The One Utah for Utah (1U4U) program is designed to seed pan-campus collaborations in areas of mutual interest and opportunity (campus, education, engagement, research, and scholarship. The objective is to stimulate grassroots collaborations, supported by joint incentive seed funding from the two SVPs and associated deans and administrative units, driven by multiple objectives. Projects will be based on triads, at least 2 faculty members drawn from at least two different colleges.... Read MoreInternal Medicine
Research Education is pleased to announce that the course “Investigator Orientation: Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)” has been scheduled as part of the Research Administration Training Series on Monday, November 4th from 2:00PM to 4:00PM in the Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB), Room 2110... Read MoreInternal Medicine
This Request for Proposals is for one-year pilot projects supporting new, innovative areas of research. This program is specific to School of Medicine faculty. Faculty in other Departments, Institutes/Centers/Programs, the College of Cultural & Social Transformation, the Honors College and Libraries should apply via their home colleges.... Read MoreInternal Medicine
Notice to Investigators: Are you the recipient of new grant funding? Are you interested in highlighting your new award to our research community?... Read MoreInternal Medicine