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Research 2030: UC's 10-yr Strategic Plan for Research

The University of Cincinnati is the leading R1 urban university in our region with unrivaled talent solving problems that matter. We are rigorously pursuing diversity, equity & inclusion in research and actively transforming society through game-changing knowledge and disruptive discoveries.

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The Office of Research is accelerating research at University of Cincinnati and economic growth in our region by connecting industry, government, and community leaders with the University of Cincinnati thought leaders and innovators. Together, we can positively impact the lives, environment, and the economy in our region and beyond. Some of our key research strengths are highlighted below.

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Analytics

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Cyber

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Robotics

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Sensors

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Skin Science

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Adolescence

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Cancer

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Digital Humanities

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Infectious Diseases

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Medical Devices

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Neuroscience

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Smart Cities

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Sustainability

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Urban Futures

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Events + Training

16
Jun

Event

Using human dorsal root ganglia neurons to investigate somatosensation and skin-nerve integration in vitro (6/16)

Time: June 16, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Location: Webex (link to follow registration)

Target Audience: Faculty, Staff and Students

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Hosted by Procter & Gamble’s Skin Product Interaction Consortium and featuring speaker Dr. Steve Davidson of the UC College of Medicine's Department of Anesthesiology.
17
Jun

Event

Workshop: Advanced Computing for Social Change Curriculum Development (Day 1) (6/17)

Time: June 17, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

This workshop presents the Advanced Computing for Social Change (ACSC) faculty curriculum development and seeking faculty from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who would like to incorporate the ACSC approach to teaching data analytics and computational thinking into their curriculum or are interested in using these tools in their research. This 2-day workshop provides materials informed by the ACSC student challenge to help introduce software tools, such as R, and classroom resources for data analysis, visualization, and computational modeling. The workshop will include some hands-on training, but no special equipment or software is required. The goal is for attendees to leave the workshop with new curriculum materials and tools that will help to incorporate the use of data science tools to address social issues in their courses. No previous programming experience is necessary: both introductory and intermediate R methods will be presented.
18
Jun

Event

Workshop: Advanced Computing for Social Change Curriculum Development (Day 2) (6/18)

Time: June 18, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

This workshop presents the Advanced Computing for Social Change (ACSC) faculty curriculum development and seeking faculty from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who would like to incorporate the ACSC approach to teaching data analytics and computational thinking into their curriculum or are interested in using these tools in their research. This 2-day workshop provides materials informed by the ACSC student challenge to help introduce software tools, such as R, and classroom resources for data analysis, visualization, and computational modeling. The workshop will include some hands-on training, but no special equipment or software is required. The goal is for attendees to leave the workshop with new curriculum materials and tools that will help to incorporate the use of data science tools to address social issues in their courses. No previous programming experience is necessary: both introductory and intermediate R methods will be presented.
24
Jun

Event

Research Development & Support Series: Cradle to Grave - Navigating Sponsored Research Administration on Your Research Projects (6/24)

Time: June 24, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Location: Zoom

Target Audience: New and continuing researchers

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

This workshop is designed to provide faculty a basic overview of how to navigate the various requirements, what is expected of a Principal Investigator (PI), and where to go for assistance. The focus is on general and fiscal administration, with an emphasis on federal regulations and guidelines.

30
Jun

Event

Writing a Data Management Plan (6/30)

Time: June 30, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Are you looking for guidance to write a good data management plan to accompany your successful grant application? In this interactive workshop, participants will use tools such as a checklist, template, and example language to compose the main points of a grant worthy data management plan appropriate for most funders.

Online Training

Viral Vectors

Target Audience: Open to the public and UC researchers who plan to work with viral vectors

Research Office: Biosafety

This training is required for individuals assigned to projects involving viral vectors.  Before an IBC protocol can be approved, PIs and authorized personnel must complete all applicable training modules.

Individuals outside UC must login through the "External Login" link and create a new UC account.

Online Training

Conflicts of Interest in Research

Target Audience: All faculty and staff who conduct research at UC

Research Office: Office for Ethics in Industry Engagement

Faculty and staff who participate in funded research at the University of Cincinnati must complete training on promoting objectivity in research. This training is required every four years, at a minimum, due to federal regulations governing conflicts of interest in research. The course for meeting this requirement is available in the UC online training application CPD (Continuous Professional Development). If you are a UC employee and have not completed the Conflict of Interest Training, you will not be able to complete your Outside Activity Report.

Online Training

Export Compliance for Researchers

Target Audience: All personnel conducting restricted work

Research Office: Export Controls

All personnel conducting restrictive work must complete Export Control training. The Export Compliance training is available online and is provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) at the University of Miami. The courses in CITI, “Export Compliance for Researchers part I and II”, are required for all personnel participating in restricted work. These courses are optional for all other University of Cincinnati faculty, staff and students, but are highly recommended.

For a more detailed, in person training, please contact the Export Control Office at exportco@uc.edu.
 

Online Training

FDA Regulated Research Activities Online Training

Target Audience: All principal investigators, co-principal investigators, and study coordinators engaged in FDA regulated research

Research Office: Human Research Protection Program

This online training includes 11 modules pertaining to FDA regulated research activities. These modules are specific to UC.

FDA modules can be found under “Human Subjects Research Compliance Training”.  All 11 modules must be completed.

Further questions?  Please visit our FDA FAQ page.