The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is established to protect the rights and welfare of human subjects involved in UCF research activities being conducted under its authority. Huron IRB will replace the existing iRIS system.
Migrating from iRIS to Huron IRB will provide ease of use for Principle Investigators, reviewers, IRB Staff, and IRB Committee Members to complete actions within the system. The reporting and metrics from Huron IRB are more advanced and will provide better insight into submission details. Improvements to routing, business processes, and committee review will make IRB submissions more efficient.
Go Live is planned for December 21, 2018. The decision to implement the IRB module of the Huron Research Suite first was made based on the timing of the Common Rule regulations changes (set for January 2019), the scope of IRB, and the Huron upgrade schedule (scheduled for 2020).
These university-wide sessions led to the development of the program plan.
This is an example of moving to an industry standard organizational structure to support the $250M funding goal. Move will allow for an integrated pre-and post-awards division within the Office of Research.
This is an example of moving to an industry standard organizational structure to support the $250M funding goal. Dorothy is responsible for sponsored award administration and supports the work of faculty and staff involved in all sponsored awards. Dorothy has more than 25 years of experience in research administration and related areas, including compliance. Prior to joining UCF, she served as associate vice president for research and economic development at the University of Wyoming. She has held positions at the University of Colorado Denver and former UC Health Sciences Center, Washington University in St. Louis, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Focus on research industry standard best practices and organizational changes has enabled the Office of Research to set a new funding record increasing funding by 34 million dollars.
Moving to standard business processes and commercial, well-supported technologies to support the $250M funding goal of the university. Completion of the overall program over the next 2 years will add efficiencies throughout ORC, with the department administrators and the ORC principle investigators.
Moving to standard installation of a commercial, well-supported technology to support $250M funding goal of the university. Completion of project and integration with Huron Research Suite in fiscal year 2019 will increase efficiencies throughout ORC, with the department administrators and the ORC principal investigators.
Financial Support Services (FSS) began implementing a university-wide, redesigned Chart of Accounts (CoA), which will support the PeopleSoft Grants Module
Implementation of a standard, multi-dimensional CoA structure will meet the university’s evolving needs for greater flexibility in budgeting, financial management, and reporting. Redesigning the CoA was a key initial finding of Program Wahoo to help standardize the university business processes.