Research Compliance and Administration
The Office of Conflict of Interest (OCI) advises on issues pertaining to conflict of interest training, disclosure, and conflict management and monitoring. Our office supports the Washington Square campus school Deans in implementing NYU's Policy on Academic Conflict of Interest and Conflict of Commitment by providing assistance in the identification and management of conflicts of interest related to research. OCI also administers the NYU Washington Square Conflicts Committee, a faculty advisory committee that provides additional support to the school Deans in the review and management of research conflicts of interest.
The Office of Industrial Liaison/Technology Transfer manages all activities relating to the protection and commercial promotion of inventions made at New York University, including its Medical Center and Washington Square campuses. The goals of the office include:
The Office of Research Affairs exists to support the individuals across Washington Square getting science research done every day. This includes Faculty, Graduate Students and Postdocs, as well as other employees across departments, schools, institutes, and centers at the Washington Square campus. We serve as a liaison to offices at the School of Medicine as well as our global research sites in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai. Research affairs promotes research integrity and provides support for investigation of research misconduct when necessary. The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is part of Research Affairs.
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) is staffed by Projects Officers knowledgeable about funding opportunities in a wide range of academic fields and experienced in dealing with public and private not-for-profit sponsors. Projects Officers can help you identify appropriate potential sponsors, interpret guidelines, develop budgets, and fulfill application requirements. OSP also provides institutional sign off on proposal submissions, negotiates awards with sponsors, and guides investigators in funded project administration.
The New York University, Washington Square Campus, Office of Veterinary Resources (OVR) in conjunction with the University Animal Welfare Committee (UAWC) provides facilities, services, information, and training to ensure animal welfare and to facilitate effective research using laboratory animals. The employees of OVR are committed to working together in a positive, supportive manner to achieve and maintain a program of excellence.
At New York University, all research involving human subjects (funded or not funded) must be reviewed and approved by the University's Institutional Review Board (IRB) before being carried out. The UCAIHS, which serves as NYU's IRB for the Washington Square units of the University, is authorized to review and approve research involving human subjects through an agreement with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Human Research Protections called a Federal Wide Assurance.