Research... How We Can Help You
Important information to assist you in writing proposals such as Facilities and Administrative Costs (F&A) also known as Overhead and Indirect Costs, Fringe Benefit Rates, Travel, Tuition, etc.
Who can serve as a Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigator?
Everything you need to create a budget for your project – from calculating personnel costs to fringe benefits, travel and more.
Guidelines for submitting proposals. The Office of Research is the only office vested with the authority to sign research proposals and contracts on behalf of the University of Central Florida.
Now that you've received an award we can help you work through all the necessary procedures to manage it.
A depository of helpful tools, including a glossary of terms and resources available from UCF, the state and federal governments.
The IRB Committee established to protect the rights and welfare of human participants involved in research.
IACUC is responsible for oversight and evaluation of the University animal care and use program, its procedures and facilities to ensure that they are consistent with the recommendations of the Guide, AWR, PHS Policy, and IACUC Policies.
- 5-day Rule Policy and FAQs
- Animal Welfare
- ARGIS to Huron Grants Crosswalk
- Award Management
- Contracts Office Organizational Chart
- Current Funding Opportunities
- Faculty Travel
- Florida Research Admin. Conference
- Glossary of Research Terms
- Guides and FAQs for Sponsored Awards
- How to Submit a Proposal
- Human Research
- Roles and Responsibilities Matrix
- Participate in a Research Project
- Policies and Procedures
- Post Award Organizational Chart
- Related Links
- Sponsored Programs Organization Chart
- UCF Facts at a Glance
- UCF Internal Programs
- View Research Funding History
The Ofice of Research serves UCF scholars as the official liaison between UCF and funding sources and by helping faculty work through the proposal and contract management process.
This site includes information to assist university scholars through the announcement, application and post-award stages and to familiarize prospective partners with the breadth of funded research conducted at the university.
In addition, NIH, AHRQ and NIOSH have eliminated the error correction window for applications. For further information on this important change, see this page.
And NSF is requiring a supplement describing data management. This is similar to the postdoc mentoring requirement, except it is a supplement and not required in the proposal. This supplement should describe how the proposal will conform to NSF policy on the dissemination and sharing of research results.
For more information, please go here.