University of Kentucky Research

Grants Bulletin

Issued: September 11, 2014

Limited Submissions

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

New Uniform Guidance Website

You are probably aware that the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has made a major change to the underlying guidance by which university recipients of federal awards have operated for decades. OMB combined eight separate circulars, applicable to different types of grantee organizations, into a single document, “Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards,” commonly referred to as the Uniform Guidance (UG). Most of the changes in the Uniform Guidance will be applicable to new grants and funding increments issued after December 26, 2014.

The University of Kentucky has formed a Working Group to review the UG and determine if current university policies and procedures are compliant or if any change is needed. One of the ways the University community will be kept informed of progress is via a website which is hosted on the Research website. The site information about the UG, including all major documents issued by OMB and other federal agencies, commentary by relevant professional organizations, agency implementations, the names of Working Group members and a link to provide feedback to the Working Group.

Your questions and feedback are encouraged.


Issued: September 4, 2014

Limited Submissions

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

Sept. 9 - ResearchMatch Launch

“ResearchMatch: A Solution to Participant Recruitment”
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Presented by: Kathleen Edson, ResearchMatch Community Engagement, Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
Hosted by UK CCTS

Registration is now open - click here to register.

Morning Workshop
9:00-11:00 a.m. in MN 563
Upon completion of this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the general structure and purpose of ResearchMatch
  • Identify the ResearchMatch liaison’s role in the process
  • Register and query in ResearchMatch
  • Utilize RM subregistries for recruitment
  • Develop recruitment campaigns through ResearchMatch

Clinical Research Update
12:30-1:30 p.m. in HG 611 (Pavilion H Auditorium)
(Lunch available starting at Noon.)
Upon completion of this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Register as a participating researcher
  • Query aggregate de-identified information
  • Articulate the correct process for recruiting volunteers with IRB approved studies

You may attend one session or both.  CEU information and formal invitation to follow. For more information about ResearchMatch, please visit researchmatch.org.

Sept. 25: Symposium on Drug Discovery & Development

Registration for the 2014 Drug Discovery and Development Symposium is now open. The registration site can be found here. For trainees that would like to present poster, the deadline for registration and abstract submission is September 19th.

Each of our invited guests is working with biologics as pharmaceutical agents. We hope that you will join us as we learn more about this emerging class of agents in the treatment of human disease.

Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Now Accepting Nominations for "Senior Star" Awards

After a 2 year hiatus, the University of Kentucky's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging is bringing back its Senior Star and Centenarian Awards, which recognize and honor those who exemplify graceful aging by remaining engaged in active lifestyles.

There are 2 divisions: The Markesbury Senior Stars must be more than 80 years of age, and the Wekstein Centenarian Awards recognize those who are 100 or older.

Nominations are due by October 1. Selection criteria are:

  • current level of engagement in society
  • significant, lasting contributions in professional and/or community life
  • service as a volunteer and role model for future generations

For more information about selection criteria and/or to request a nomination packet, call the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Foundation at (859) 323-5374

 

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Updated 09.11.14 by Alicia Gregory

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