Resources for Researchers

CHEQR is a partnership between the Duval County Health Department's Institute for Public Health Informatics and Research and the University of Florida College of Medicine–Jacksonville. CHEQR provides services to UFCOM-Jacksonville faculty, residents, and fellows to support their research and scholarship activities in the areas of health disparities and health services research.

Grant Opportunities

The newest issue of the FYI, UF's biweekly funding opportunities newsletter, is available at http://apps.research.ufl.edu/research/fyi/ (click on "View Current Issue" to review latest funding opportunities). Each issue of the online FYI provides information on research news at UF and federal, state and foundation grant opportunities with upcoming deadlines and links to agency websites. Also available on the FYI website is a calendar of upcoming proposal submission deadlines, recent grant awards to UF faculty, back issues of the FYI and more. You can also subscribe directly via the website to receive these bi-weekly updates on funding opportunities.

The Researcher's Handbook

The University of Florida Researcher's Handbook contains the policies and procedures for conducting research at the University of Florida, as well as general information about the Office of Research. The Office of Research offers a full range of financial, information, and administrative assistance for identifying, obtaining and administering external research funding. More information is available at http://www.research.ufl.edu/research/handbook/researcher_handbook/index.html

National Data Links

Florida Data Links

Institutional Review Board

News & Announcements

UF Health Jacksonville receives grant from national organization to provide comfort to cancer patients

2/5/2014

UF Health Jacksonville and the national organization Angie’s Spa Cancer Foundation are teaming up to provide comfort to cancer pa... [full story]

Wears presents patient-safety research at national conference in Gainesville

11/22/2013

More attention given to shift changes among medical staff can ensure greater patient safety in hospital emergency departments. That’s... [full story]

Qualifications for Principal Investigators of Human Subjects Research

7/11/2013

Working with the three UF IRB's (IRB-01, 02, 03), faculty stakeholders, and research deans in affected colleges, the Office of Research... [full story]

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