The Office of Sponsored Programs is maintaining a webpage where you can find useful updates, agency guidance, and other resources related to COVID-19. This page can be found at http://osp.gatech.edu/coronavirus.
There will be disruption in the ability for OSP and Industry Engagement to submit proposals later this week. IRBWise and eCoI will also not be available. Please submit proposals and protocols before midday on March 19, 2020.
If you have a renewable NIH grant (types P, T, R, or U) with a current end date between 11/30/2018 and 2/28/2019, you will need to submit your competing renewal application for the Cycle I due date to ensure continuity of support. This cycle starts on 1/25/2019 and goes through 5/7/2019. This is for an earliest start date of 4/1/2020.
When submitting to OSP, please kindly consider deadlines to ensure the most comprehensive review.
On September 17, 2018, a memo was released by Rafael Bras, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Chaouki T. Abdallah, Executive Vice President for Research, titled "NIH Foreign Influence Memo from Dr. Francis Collins."
As of March 26, 2018, NSF has made changes to the way accounts are created and managed. Users must now initiate the request for a new account through Research.gov. Users should request to be affiliated with one of the following organizations:
Trudy M. Riley joined the Georgia Institute of Technology in January 2017 as Executive Director of the Office of Sponsored Programs. She brings over two decades of service from the University of Delaware including a joint appointment as Associate Deputy Provost for Research Administration and the Director of the Office of Sponsored Programs. In this role, Trudy oversaw both pre- and post-award administration, directed the management of five university institutes, three core facilities, and the Office of Laboratory Animal Medicine.