Research Faculty Resources

ReSEARCH-Connect_button_small2IUSM ReSEARCH CONNECT (Research Interest Search Tool)— A searchable database that one can use to identify faculty members based on their research interests, grants and publications, and for developing future collaborations.

Other Resources

  • IUPUI Vice Chancellor for Research Office – The office that supports all research and industry-sponsored activities.
  • Office of Research Administration – The office charged with ensuring compliance with the principles governing the conduct of research involving humans, recombinant DNA, or biohazardous materials.
  • IU Vice President for Research
  • AnimalStudies-Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) is responsible for the review and approval of protocols describing procedures to be used for research or instruction involving animals.
  • Biosafety -The Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) is responsible for reviewing any research involving involving recombinant DNA and to insure compliance with the NIH Guidelines for Research
  • Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules and University policy.
  • Biostatistics – a working group of statistical and data professionals who provide leadership in statistical techniques in biostatistics and bioinformatics, data management, and data integration.
  • Clinical Trials – The Office of Clinical Research supports and promotes clinical research at the Indiana University School of Medicine and its affiliated hospitals.
  • IUSM Grant Opportunities – IU and IUSM offer several internal funding programs to support faculty research.
  • Women of Color Research Network – This web site provides an instrument of outreach to women of color to assist them in navigating the NIH grants process and to receive advice on their career development.
  • Indiana Center for Biological Microscopy– We emphasize hands-on access to the instruments for individual investigators. We believe this is the most effective arrangement for providing researchers with the kind of imaging data they need to enhance their research opportunities.