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The Office of Research Affairs works in tandem with the College of Medicine faculty, research leadership, and central University research administration. In doing so we wish to lead the development of the strategic vision and work a plan for the implementation of that strategic vision for research programs. Our goal is to diversify our research-funding portfolio and make it more sustainable.
We work to identify funding opportunities and cultivate research opportunities. We also identify and interpret sponsor guidelines, regulations, and specific procedures to enable and facilitate new extra extramural proposals. We will provide administrative support to facilitate collaborative research and large-scale interdisciplinary research opportunities.
Our office provides support for sponsored research development and success. We hope to foster research excellence and improve the environment for basic, translational and clinical sciences. We wish to facilitate the research that will ultimately lead to advances in health care outcomes.
2014 Celebration of Research
Poster Session & Reception
Monday, March 31, 2014
5:30 - 8:30pm
Stephen C. O'Connell Center
Jeffery W. Kelly, Ph.D.
Lita Annenberg Hazen Professor of Chemistry Chairman, Department of Molecular and Experimental Medicine
The Scripps Research Institute
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
12:00 – 1:00 pm
Location: C1-017, Communicore Building, HSC
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UF College of Medicine Research
April 17, 2014
Do you go out on a limb for a risky reward? Find out how UF researchers are tying that impulse to addiction, anorexia, AHDH and more.
Apr 17th, 2014
The NAF is committed to funding the best science relevant to hereditary and sporadic types of ataxia in both basic and translational research. Funding for Ataxia-Telangiectasia research proposals will receive […]
Apr 16th, 2014
The long-held but erroneous assumption of never-ending rapid growth in biomedical science has created an unsustainable hypercompetitive system that is discouraging even the most outstanding prospective students from entering our […]
Apr 7th, 2014
The UF Informatics Institute (UFII) invites interdisciplinary, faculty-initiated research projects with potential for extramural support. Projects should be innovative, support the mission and goals of the Informatics Institute, and have […]