Faculty On-boarding Resources – Information for Research Administrators
Faculty Onboarding

We have developed a set of onboarding resources for Research Administrators to help new research faculty joining UF College of Medicine get off to a productive start at UF.

If you have questions, we are always happy to assist or connect you to a relevant office in the College of Medicine or your academic division.

Faculty Onboarding Checklist

College of Medicine Research Investigators onboarding checklist and recommended timeline

Tenure and Promotion

Tenure and Promotion Guidelines, UF Online portal for T&P, Tenure upon Hire

Courtesy Appointments

Sometimes, grant transfers, IACUC and IRB approvals may require setting up a courtesy appointment for incoming faculty prior to their official start date.

Q&A with Research Affairs

Didn’t find what you were looking for? We are happy to help.

Research Affairs 352-273-5995

Human Resources & Onboarding 101 Toolkit

UF Quick starter kit for welcoming new Faculty and Staff employees .
UF HR Onboarding 101 Toolkit

Latest official HR policies and procedures governing the university community and the College of Medicine.

Material Transfer Agreements

Information on MTA rights, obligations, and restrictions on providing and receiving parties with respect to ownership, intellectual property, permitted uses, and liability.

UF Tech Licensing (352) 392-8929  

IRB (Human Subjects)

Information about getting started with human subjects research at UF, Institutional Review Boards, required trainings, protocol review and approval, grants involving human subjects, etc.

Contact IRB (352) 392-0433
Email IRB

Animal Care Resources

Animal Care Services (ACS), getting started with animal research at UF, import/quarantine, getting facility access, required training, service fees, etc

Contact ACS ACS-Office@acs.ufl.edu

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IACUC policies on animal research at UF, required trainings, protocol review and approval, grants involving animal research, etc.

Contact IACUC (352) 273-9535 or iacuc@research.ufl.edu

Additional Committees that Review Research

Some research must be reviewed by additional committees before the research can be conducted. For example, that includes research that uses radiation, gene therapy, includes veterans as subjects, etc) and/or research conducted outside of UF. 

Contact Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S)

(352) 273-5995