Locating and securing research funding is becoming increasingly competitive, as funding opportunities are limited and the number of researchers vying for those dollars continues to grow. Pivot™ answers the growing demands on research developers to quickly discover the right funding opportunities and effectively collaborate with their colleagues. With Pivot, ProQuest continues their commitment to empower researchers around the world with tools that they need at various stages of their research lifecycle.
Animals that are used in research and teaching at the Johns Hopkins University are covered by our Animal Care and Use Program. The Johns Hopkins program is designed to assure that it is in compliance with the Animal Welfare Act regulations and Public Health Service (PHS) Policy.
The ICTR addresses obstacles in translating basic science discoveries into research in humans, translating clinical discoveries into the community and communicating experience from clinical practice back to researchers. The ICTR provides an array of consultation and resources led by faculty throughout Johns Hopkins University to assist research teams to complete their work. Pre- and post-doc trainees learn to work in thrive in the new translational research ecosystem.
The Professional Development and Career Office provides career services and professional development for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures Office is the University’s intellectual property administration center, serving Johns Hopkins researchers and inventors as a licensing, patent, and technology commercialization office and acting as an active liaison to parties interested in leveraging JHU research or materials for academic or corporate endeavors.
MyRAP is a university-wide online system developed to provide PIs and their research partners real-time access to the status of their research agreements and contracts as they are being reviewed, negotiated and processed by the Offices of Research Administration. This system is used by School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Research Projects Administration, Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Nursing.
RES plans, designs, develops and maintains various electronic research compliance systems at Johns Hopkins University. RES is dedicated to creating integrated web-based systems that are secure, reliable, scalable and efficient. Current clients include The School of Medicine Institutional Review Board, The Homewood Institutional Review Board, The Office of Policy Coordination, The Offices of Research Administration, The Institutional Bio-Safety Committee, The Institutional Stem Cell Research Oversight Committee, and The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.