April 24: We've updated descriptions for a number of UCSF Facilities and Resources, including those for CTSI and HDFCCC.
Dec. 19: We've added guidance and example language from the UCSF IRB to the Single IRB Plan template on the Human Subjects page.
Nov. 30: A description of UCSF's research computing capabilities is available on the Facilities and Resources page.
Nov. 28: All templates have been updated to comply with NIH FORMS-E, which will be used for all applications due on and after 1/25/18.
Nov. 15: We've added a page to highlight updates and new initiatives from funding agencies.
The Research Development Office (RDO) at UCSF serves at the nexus of research and research administration to promote, support, strengthen, and grow the research enterprise at UCSF. By working with faculty, administration staff, and leadership partners, the RDO seeks to attract extramural research funding, increase institutional competitiveness, create research relationships, and foster innovation. To fulfill this mission, the RDO offers the following programs:
As a service- and solutions-oriented team, the RDO operates with integrity, professionalism, and respect for those with whom we work within and outside of UCSF. The RDO strives to act as an enzymatic catalyst for your research efforts - lowering the activation energy for effective research collaboration and proposal development.